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A developing storm will move close enough to Southern New England to bring a round of moderate to heavy snow Tuesday night into Wednesday morning in Southeastern Massachusetts. Snow will develop near Buzzards Bay by late Tuesday afternoon, and it will continue through the night until mid to late in the morning on Wednesday. The snow will be accompanied by strong winds and very cold temperatures. Blizzard conditions are possible in Eastern MA from Plymouth to Cape Cod and the islands. The strongest winds are likely late Wednesday night when gusts over 40 mph are possible. The temperature will drop into the teens.

Right Weather Snow Forecast

We expect Coastal Southeastern Massachusetts to be at the higher end of the 5-9" range, and some 12" totals are possible. The storm will be followed by very cold weather on Wednesday, with the temperature hovering in the teens during the afternoon. It will stay bitterly cold through the workweek, but no more significant snow is in the forecast.

Be sure to check rightweather.com for the latest and Live Blog on Tuesday before and during the storm.