BOSTON (WHDH) - After a stretch of dry weather, a pair of approaching systems could bring snow to the Bay State starting Friday.
A fast-moving storm could drop between a coating to an inch of snow late Thursday into Friday morning before shifting to rain and creating slick conditions for the morning commute, according to meteorologist Josh Wurster.
The snow will likely turn to rain by late morning and the system should clear out by mid-day.
The second storm, which is expected to strengthen as it moves across the United States, could bring a mix of snow, ice, and rain on Sunday.
Snow totals will depend on the track of the storm. A slight shift to the south will lock in colder air, resulting in more significant snowfall.
If the system shifts north, warmer air from the south will get pulled in and any precipitation that starts as snow will turn to rain, according to meteorologist Jaisol Martinez.
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Stay with the 7Weather team as the week goes on for the latest storm tracks and projected snow totals.
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