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Snow, heavy rain, and gusting winds are expected to cause more outages today

Snow will arrive Wednesday afternoon in Eastern Massachusetts and will change to rain between 6 p.m. and midnight as the weather system moves south to north. Rain will be heavy at times, leading to possible flooding, and winds could gust to 50 miles per hour.

Here’s what to expect from Wednesday’s storm

Forecasters expect it to snow for most of the afternoon in Greater Boston, bringing about an inch to the area before it mixes with rain and then transitions to solely rain later Wednesday night.

These maps provide a look at Monday’s storm

A strong winter storm moved across New England on Monday, bringing as much as 6 inches to high-elevation areas of Massachusetts and up to a foot of snow to parts of New Hampshire, forecasters said.

Thousands without power, roads treacherous after winter storm lashes New England

Snow hit Eastern Massachusetts in waves Monday as a powerful weather system crossed the region, knocking down trees and power lines, leaving thousands of residents in the dark, and causing slushy roadways that snarled traffic during the evening commute.

See photos and videos of Monday’s snowstorm in the Boston area

Massachusetts is finally experiencing a strong winter storm. See photos and videos of some views around the state.

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Live weather updates from Boston-area meteorologists

With severe weather in the forecast, here’s a look at what to expect, according to Boston-area meteorologists.

Forecast | Dave Epstein

Boston will see snow Monday afternoon. Then another storm on Wednesday.

This storm system is not done with us just yet. Snow is coming to Boston. How much snow remains in question.