WEATHER ALERT: A winter storm will impact our area Monday night through Tuesday. Expect travel issues, especially Tuesday morning. We’ll talk about that much more below.

We’re dry and cold for the overnight hours and for much of Monday too.

Hour by Hour // A look at the upcoming conditions »

Monday will be quiet during the day with sunshine giving way to clouds, but you can see that storm system gathering to our west (as shown below)

The Monday morning and Monday evening commutes will be just fine.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the entire area from 7 PM Monday until 7 PM Tuesday for accumulating snow and travel issues.

We’ll see flakes start to fly here in Southern New England after about 9-10PM from west to east.

The heaviest/steadiest of the snow arriving midnight to 6-7AM Tuesday with big impacts to the Tuesday morning commute possible.

Here’s a look at the timeline of what to expect with our latest winter storm.

Lighter snow will continue for much of the day on Tuesday.

Snow will wind down during the late afternoon and evening hours, and it could end as a wintry mix or even rain along the coast and out towards the Cape and islands.

So how much are we looking at? Generally 3-6″ of snow across the region, a little less over Southeastern Massachusetts where temperatures will be a little warmer for the duration of the storm (and there will be a little mixing there, too).

The highest amounts will be found further to the west while lower amounts will be found further east.

-Meteorologist’s Steven Matregrano and T.J. Del Santo

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