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NEW: Snow Could Snarl Evening Commute

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

 

A light accumulation of snow may cause travel problems for this afternoon's commute in Central Mass, as well as black icing later tonight, according to a special weather statement issued by the National Weather Service in Boston.

Snow showers have already developed throughout the Connecticut valley, and are now shifting across most of Southern New England. Temperatures are expected to slowly rise to the mid-30s across Central Mass, and most accumulations are expected to take place on grassy areas and untreated surfaces.

Central Mass is expecting less than an inch of snow, but the northern parts of Connecticut and Rhode Island, along with the southeastern interior of the Commonwealth, may also see an inch or two of slushy accumulation.

Any mixed precipitation will change over to snow showers as temperatures drop off tonight. This may produce areas of black ice mainly around and after midnight, even across areas where there was mainly rain or a mix of rain and snow. Motorists that plan on traveling later tonight and early Wednesday morning should take extra time in reaching their destinations.

 

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