Uncertainty Highlights Forecast for Weekend Snowstorm
There's a wide range of possibilities for snow with a snowstorm that is moving in on Saturday night.
After last weekend's blizzard, we can certaintly take it. That's most people's thinking as they look at a forecast that contains predictions of some accumulating snow on Saturday night.
After the possibility of light snow on Saturday morning, about 3-6 inches of snow will accumulate on Saturday night, according to WHDH meteorologist Pete Bouchard.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory.
Saturday will actually start with a mix of light snow and rain that will "pester us" through the early afternoon.
The more significant storm, where "90 percent of the snow" will fall, will start Saturday afternoon and last through Sunday morning. The snow will light and easily be blown around.
The highest accumulations will be far from us on Cape Cod. But the forecast still calls for at least 3 inches and as much as 6 inches.