BOSTON, MA - FEBRUARY 14: Workers clear snow on East Service Street as the region prepares for another blizzard due to begin Saturday night into Sunday morning February 14, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. New England has been hit with three major storms in three weeks, with this blizzard expected to bring another foot of snow and high winds. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Okay, so yesterday’s storm was a dud. We most certainly did not get the amount of snow the meteorologists were predicting. But let’s be honest: don’t you enjoy having them be wrong in the positive direction rather the other way around? That being said, there is another storm brewing for the weekend and this one may be more significant. Hopefully it won’t be worse than is being reported but regardless, you will need the shovels and the scrapers. Let’s break this one down for you so you can plan your weekend.

Boston Area Prepares for Another Large Winter Snow Storm

BOSTON, MA – FEBRUARY 14: Workers clear snow on East Service Street as the region prepares for another blizzard due to begin Saturday night into Sunday morning February 14, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. New England has been hit with three major storms in three weeks, with this blizzard expected to bring another foot of snow and high winds. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

  • When will the snow start?

    Snow is expected to start late Friday afternoon, during the afternoon commute.

    FIRST ALERT: As Snow Continues to Fall, Weekend Storm Promises More for Boston

    Even as one snow storm ends, we're watching another, stronger one building for the start of the weekend. Light snow continues to fall across New England throughout the day Tuesday, gradually adding to some of our snow totals. Coastal, southern New England won't see much more than flurries, but farther inland, a scattered coating to 1 inch is possible through...

  • How long is the snow expected to fall?

    Depending on where you are, you will see some snow through Friday night/early Saturday morning however it will change to rain in some areas. Precipitation will continue through the say on Saturday, slowing down late afternoon into the evening.

    FIRST ALERT: As Snow Continues to Fall, Weekend Storm Promises More for Boston

    Even as one snow storm ends, we're watching another, stronger one building for the start of the weekend. Light snow continues to fall across New England throughout the day Tuesday, gradually adding to some of our snow totals. Coastal, southern New England won't see much more than flurries, but farther inland, a scattered coating to 1 inch is possible through...

  • How much snow will we get in Boston?

    Areas north of the Pike could see 6 inches or more where areas south will see a rain changeover so totals will be less (approximately 2-4 inches).

    What Boston forecasters are saying about the timing and impacts of the snowstorm

    "How long will this storm last? ALL DAY." New Hampshire and Maine Daily Local Weather Forecast Stay up to date on all the latest news from Boston.com

  • Will we see more snow in the near future?

    After Saturday’s storm it looks like we’ll have a nice pattern of sunny weather for several days with temperatures in the 40s so no snow in the foreseeable future.

    https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/6f03ddf87585ae5600e3dee28e519d788ddeb749efefa3f236796ef7167fc411

  • How much snow has fallen in Boston this winter?

    So far this winter, Boston has only had 9.7 inches of snow fall.

    Most Yearly Snow in Boston History

    This is a list of the largest annual snowfall totals ever recorded in Boston, Massachusetts history from 1893-2023. If you are looking for the most snow in a winter season, click here. What Was the Snowiest Year in Boston History?

  • Where does 2023 rank for snow totals historically?

    As of February 28th, Boston ranks 129th all time for snow totals with 9.7

    Most Yearly Snow in Boston History

    This is a list of the largest annual snowfall totals ever recorded in Boston, Massachusetts history from 1893-2023. If you are looking for the most snow in a winter season, click here. What Was the Snowiest Year in Boston History?

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