NBC10 Boston Weather Team: Timeline, Projections for This Week’s Snow

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BOSTON, MA - JANUARY 04: A man walks through the streets of Boston as snow falls from a massive winter storm on January 4, 2018 in Boston, United States. Schools and businesses throughout the Boston area are closed as the city is expecting over a foot of snow and blizzard like conditions throughout the day. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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Monday's temperatures are in the mid-teens to lower 20s for most of New England.
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Here's a look at the precipitation intensity for Monday evening.
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Tuesday's temperatures will be slightly warmer, in the high 20s to low 30s for most.
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Monday's light snow was expected to leave a coating to a few inches across Plymouth County.
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By Tuesday afternoon, just before the winter storm watch goes into effect, temperatures will be right around freezing or slightly below for most.
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Here's a look at the temperatures across New England on Tuesday afternoon.
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The precipitation begins to move in late Tuesday.
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By Wednesday morning, heavier precipitation is expected.
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Here's a look at the precipitation intensity as the storm moves into the area.
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Much of New England is under winter storm warnings or winter weather advisories.
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Here's what the temperatures will look like on Wednesday as the storm moves through the area.
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Here's a look at the snow/rain line for Wednesday's storm.
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Here's a look at projected snowfall totals for New England.
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Here's a closer look at the snowfall ranges for the Greater Boston area.
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