The National Weather Service says 1 to 2 inches of snow are expected tonight into Tuesday.
You’d better watch out when traveling on Christmas Day. One to two inches of snow, with some sleet, are coming to town starting tonight and into Tuesday, presenting the region with a white Christmas, the National Weather Service said today. More wet weather is expected Wednesday into Thursday, the agency said. The biggest snowstorm of this season was Nov. 7 and Nov. 8, when some area communities reported receiving as much as 8.5 inches.
Whether you're dreaming of one or not, Mother Nature has plans.
According to STORMFAX, historically there is a 60 percent chance of one inch of snow on Christmas morning, a 27 percent chance of 5 inches and a 10 percent chance of 10 inches. OK, but is it going to snow this Christmas? It's hard to tell this early, but Jim Arnold, a weather specialist who works with Shrewsbury's and Worcester's Emergency Communications and Emergency Management Agencices, has some theories. "Over the long term, Central Massachusetts sees a white Christmas between 6 and 7 years out of 10," said Arnold. "From a sensible weather standpoint, I do see signs of a pattern change to one of colder and stormier weather in about 10 to 14 days. That would greatly increase the chances of a white Christmas should the new pattern …