These maps show how much snow MA could get on Tuesday

Cheryl Sanders
February 11, 2019

The National Weather Service says parts of Seattle have received more than 10.6in (27cm) of snow so far this February - the highest amount in 70 years. An additional coating to 2 inches of snow is expected here, with little concern for wintry mix and icing due to the speed of the transition. There could also be new ice accumulation of less than 0.1 of an inch possible.

The majority of MA is under a winter storm watch as residents brace for another midweek snowstorm.

Word of the friendly battle spread on social media on Friday night and Saturday, as a winter storm that blanketed Washington state with snow moved south into Oregon.

Another Winter Storm will impact the area starting late tonight and lasting through Tuesday, then tapering off through Tuesday evening. As the low pressure pulls away to the east Tuesday, northwest winds will strengthen gusting over 35 miles per hour and snow will gradually end from west to east later Tuesday/Tuesday evening. "This would potentially give us 3-5" on the ground for the Tuesday morning commute with additional accumulation through the day.

The National Weather Service (NWS) advises it only takes a small amount of wintry precipitation to make roads, bridges, sidewalks and parking lots icy and unsafe.

Another storm system is arriving now into Iowa and Minnesota.

-Winter Weather Advisory. until Noon Monday for Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean, and Salem counties.

The snow is expected to taper off to flurries on Wednesday. Temperatures will remain cold and below average throughout the week. The end of the work week brings another potential snow storm. Follow him on Facebook or Twitter for the latest forecast and realtime weather updates.

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