Snowy Mix Expected to Impact Wednesday Morning Commute
The potential for accumulation is light, but the times it's expected could cause some headaches.
After highs in the upper 50s Monday, Old Man Winter apparently is determined to make a wet return to Belmont.
So plan some extra time into your Wednesday morning commute as forecasters at WHDH television are calling for a light snowy, rainy mix to begin falling at about 4 a.m. and continue throughout the day.
According to Jeremy Reiner on the WHDH-7 weather blog, this isn't expected to be a major storm, nor is he calling for the snow to fly faster than the plows can handle it.
"It won't be a big, bad storm that gets a name or anything like that but it will create some issues for us," Reiner writes.
WHDH's snow accumulation map shows areas around Rt. 128 could see anywhere from an inch to four inches. The closer you get to the coast, the less snow is expected, with mostly rain expected within two miles of the ocean.
Once this wet weather is out of the way, Reiner is predicting colder, but drier, days to follow.