Boston snow maps for Tuesday, January 29, 2019

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A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the entire WYMT viewing area from tonight through Tuesday evening.

The weather service said 4 to 8 inches could accumulate in areas north and west of Interstate 495, although Boston is expected to get less than an inch.

The Charlotte region has a 40 percent chance of snow Tuesday night, mainly before 11 p.m., with a predicted low of 22 degrees and wind chills in the teens, said the National Weather Service Monday morning.

More widespread rain, changing to snow artives late Tuesday morning and especially during the early afternoon. "Anywhere between and coating to 2" of snow is possible with a few locally higher amounts. "The heaviest snow is expected in our MI counties where 6-9" of snow is possible. The combination of sunshine, dry air, breezy winds, and temperatures a little bit above freezing is expected to remove a lot of the moisture off the roads during the course of the day.

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Temperatures fall all day Tuesday as Arctic aire moves in. It is VERY important that you are dressing warm and limiting time outdoors as temperatures and wind chill will be dangerously cold.

On Wednesday, the highs in Boston will be in the 30s, and at night the temperature will plunge to around zero (we're looking at a low around 3 degrees in Boston). Low: 31. High: 53. Winds pick up from the NW between 10 and 20. Skies become partly sunny to mostly cloudy very quickly too.

THURSDAY: A mix of sun and clouds with highs getting up to around 50. We're keeping the rain chance to 20% right now.

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