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When will the snow be heaviest during Saturday’s storm?

CAPE. IT IS THEES BANDS THAT WE WILL CONTINUE TO TRACTOR THAT WILL PRODUCE HEAVIER SNOWFALL RATES. WE ALREADY HAVE REPORTS OF 5.5 INCHES IN BROCKTON, 4.5 IN CANTON. NEW BEDFORD AND NORTONRE A COMING UP AS WELL. THESE SNOWFALL BANDS WILL BE MOST REDUCTIVE. IN EASTERNMOST MASSACHUSETTS, ATTH WILL PUSH TOTALS UP OVER TWO FEET IN SOME AREAS. OTHERWISE, WIDESPREAD 1 TO 2 FEET OF SNOW THERE WILL BE A LOT OF LOWERING AND DRIFTING AS WELL. BY 9:00, STILL THE HEAVIEST SNOW IN SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS, BUT THEN IT EXPANDSHROU TGH LUNCHTIME. AS TEMPERATURES DROP, THE WIND WILL SHIFT NORTH AND PUSH TEMPERATESUR INTO THE TEENS. FLUFFY, POWDERY SNOW. THIS IS 3:00 THISFT AERNOON. THESE HEAVIER SNOW BANDS WILL PERSIST THROUGH ABOUT 6:00 THIS EVENING, AND THEN THINGS WLIL START TO LET GO. IT IS A SLOW RAMP WNDO WITH THE SNOW. IT WILL GO ALL DAY LONG. THE WIND IS AS W

When will the snow be heaviest during Saturday's storm?

Saturday's winter storm is expected to dump snow over Massachusetts for a little more than 24 hours and for much of that time, the snowfall will be intense. Winds will also be powerful, especially along the coast, which is why a blizzard warning is in effect for the eastern part of the state. Info: Check Closings, Delays | Futurecast Snow started falling before daylight Saturday and is expected to last into the evening. For those in and around Boston, StormTeam 5 Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon said the heaviest snow will be between 8 am and 4 pm, when snowfall rates could be 2- to 4-inches per hour. "We are expecting a widespread area of ​​one to two feet of snow, "Fitzgibbon said. "There will be localized bands that will allow for snow totals to push over two feet." The storm will begin to wind down by 6 pm and snow will taper off by 9 pm

Saturday's winter storm is expected to dump snow over Massachusetts for a little more than 24 hours and for much of that time, the snowfall will be intense.

Winds will also be powerful, especially along the coast, which is why a blizzard warning is in effect for the eastern part of the state.

Info: Check Closings, Delays | Futurecast

Snow started falling before daylight Saturday and is expected to last into the evening.

For those in and around Boston, StormTeam 5 Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon said the heaviest snow will be between 8 am and 4 pm, when snowfall rates could be 2- to 4-inches per hour.

"We are expecting a widespread area of ​​one to two feet of snow," Fitzgibbon said. "There will be localized bands that will allow for snow totals to push over two feet."

The storm will begin to wind down by 6 pm and snow will taper off by 9 pm

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