Light snow will persist throughout the day in Massachusetts, with heavier snowfall of up to 4 inches on the Cape, according to the National Weather Service’s Taunton office.
Between 1 and 2 inches are expected to fall in Boston and Southeastern Massachusetts today.
Shortly before noon, the weather service reported that Boston had received half an inch of snow since midday Saturday. The Cape had seen the most accumulation, with an inch of snow.
Temperatures today are expected to reach 33 degrees in Boston, with thick cloud cover and little wind chill.
Lows are expected to dip to about 20 degrees in the eastern part of the state tonight with wind gusts up to 20 miles per hour. In Western Massachusetts, temperatures will drop to the mid-teens.
“Tonight’s going to be pretty chilly,” said meteorologist Stephanie Dunten.
Monday will be sunny with highs in the low-30s in Boston, though winds 15 to 20 miles per hour and gusts of up to 30 miles per hour will make it feel cooler.
Overnight temperatures on Monday will drop to the single digits in areas including Worcester, Fitchburg, and Greenfield.
Boston will see lows of about 15 degrees Monday night.
Weather for the rest of the week will be fairly consistent in Boston, with highs each day in the upper-20s or mid-30s and overnight lows in the teens. Though there is a slight chance of precipitation each day, Friday has the highest chance of rain or snow.
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