Forecasters say southeast Massachusetts could get the brunt of a snowstorm that’s heading for the east coast.
The National Weather Service on Sunday issued a blizzard warning for the region, including Cape Cod and the islands, saying it could get up to 18 inches of snow Monday morning through the evening. Whiteout conditions and gusty winds of up to 40 mph are expected.
The rest of Massachusetts, plus Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut, could see winter storm conditions with four to eight inches of accumulation Monday. The heaviest snowfall is expected during the morning commute through the afternoon.
The weather service says New York City could get a couple inches between Monday and Tuesday night, and the snow could even stretch into Wednesday night.
Around central Ohio: Big changes coming to our weather this week with several waves of light snow resulting in minor accumulations Monday night, Tuesday and Wednesday. The region could see around an inch or more during each time period meaning 3-4 inches is possible by late Wednesday. While not a significant snow, this may be enough to make the roads slick and cause some school delays.
HALFTIME WEATHER— Hope you are enjoying the Super Bowl on 10TV. Big changes coming to the weather this week…. we are going to see much colder temperatures and snow. After the game I’ll show you how much snow to expect where you live. 10tv.com/weather
Posted by Chris Bradley on Sunday, February 7, 2016