Well well well, here we go folks. We’ve been hearing about this storm all week and it looks like it’s set to live up to all its hype. Forecasters are saying this will be a historic storm and will dump up to 2 feet of snow east of 95 with up to 70mph winds or more.
Snow will start after midnight tonight and The brunt of the storm comes between 10am and 10pm Saturday.
HOW MUCH SNOW:
- 12-18” across all of central and eastern MA, most of southern New Hampshire and a good portion of Cape Cod
- 6-12” western MA up through Vermont
- 6-12” for the Outermost Cape with a much wetter and heavier snow
- 3-6” on Nantucket due to some mixing and a pasty/wet snow
- 18-28” within the heavy bands that will set up on Saturday…this is crucial and these can be hard to pinpoint, especially this far in advance. Right now it appears that the highest likelihood of banding lies over southeastern MA (in Bristol and Plymouth counties) and to the northwest of Boston in western Middlesex county and parts of Worcester county.