Another round of snow is headed to the Southcoast tonight. Here's what you can expect.

Mother Nature is bringing more snow our way in the overnight hours, so how will it affect your morning?

According to ABC 6 meteorologist Jeff Desnoyers, the Southcoast is looking at about 2-5" of snow along the coast and a messy morning commute.

There is a Winter Weather Advisory in affect in our area tonight with snow expected to start around 8 p.m. (if not a little earlier).

The heaviest snowfall will likely be in the overnight hours with reduced visibility. So if you need to travel super late or really early, be sure to take extra care out on the roadways.

For tomorrow morning expect the winds to have died down a bit, but driving to work or school could still be tricky as the snow is not predicted to taper off until after 10 a.m.

No school delays have been reported yet, but we will of course keep you updated on anything the snow may affect in the Storm Center.

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