When Will It Snow in Boston? Tuesday Storm Could Bring 3-6 Inches in the City, a Foot or More for Others in New England - NBC10 Boston

When Will It Snow in Boston? Tuesday Storm Could Bring 3-6 Inches in the City, a Foot or More for Others in New England

While there may not be a full snow day, some schools may cancel after-school activities or dismiss early Tuesday

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    Weather Forecast: First Alert in Effect for Tuesday

    From the NBC10 Boston Weather Center… Today (Monday) - Variable clouds. Highs in the lower 30s. Overnight Monday Night - Clouds fill in. Lows in the teens. Tuesday - Afternoon snow becomes heavy by late day and evening, mixing at night. Highs near 30. Cape Cod Radio Forecast Today (Monday) – More clouds than sun. Highs in the middle 30s. Overnight Monday Night - Clouds fill in. Lows in the lower 20s. Tuesday - Cloudy morning, afternoon snow, evening change to rain. Highs in the middle 30s late.

    (Published Monday, Feb. 11, 2019)

    What to Know

    • A First Alert has been issued ahead of an impactful snow forecast to arrive Tuesday and depart for many by early Wednesday.

    • Expect after school activities to be canceled and some schools to dismiss early while others may opt to cancel.

    • The ride home from work Tuesday will be full winter storm conditions.

    Our First Alert continues on NBC10 Boston and necn ahead of an impactful snow forecast to arrive Tuesday and depart for many by early Wednesday, lingering longer in the mountains.

    This quick-hitting system includes a piece of the same atmospheric energy that socked California with heavy mountain snow and will pick up Gulf of Mexico moisture on its trip across country, arriving to New England Tuesday late morning to evening, southwest to northeast, respectively.

    Until then, dry and chilly air holds snow far from New England Monday through early Tuesday morning, but clouds will continue periodically blotting out the sun, then finally take over entirely by Tuesday morning.

    Expanding snow Tuesday midday will become heavy in the urban areas of southern New England late day for the evening commute, marking the first event of this slow snow season that starts, in earnest, while folks are at work and school.

    Timing, Expectations for Tuesday's SnowstormTiming, Expectations for Tuesday's Snowstorm

    As a result, expect after-school activities to be canceled and some schools to dismiss early while others may opt to cancel. The ride home from work will be full winter storm conditions. Sleet mixes in and takes over Tuesday night, leaving rain showers by predawn Wednesday that will depart early in the day for many, while snow continues to fall in Northern New England, leaving a few inches south but over a foot in the mountains.

    Valentine’s Day looks quiet before a likely rain storm with localized flooding Friday evening into Saturday and a wintry mix in Northern New England, before drying out for the end of the weekend with cool air lingering into early next week in our exclusive First Alert 10-day forecast.

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