BOSTON (WHDH) - Winter temperatures and snow are moving out of New England, and sunshine is moving in.
A winter storm watch was in effect on Saturday night and early Sunday morning. Four to six inches of snow were expected to fall in parts of MA between 10 pm Saturday and 6 am Sunday.
The heaviest snowfall reported was in the Andover area where residents saw about 7.3 inches. The Metro-Boston area experienced 5.6 inches.
Temperatures Sunday afternoon will reach over 40 degrees and melt a good portion of last night’s snowfall.
Several Boston residents were out walking their dogs, exercising and enjoying the beautiful scene that the snow left in the Common on Sunday morning.
Officials said about 450 units were used to plow and keep the roads and sidewalks clear throughout the city of Boston during and after the snowfall.
Temperatures are expected to increase even more throughout the next week, with a high of 63 degrees on Tuesday and 70 on Wednesday.
For a more detailed seven-day forecast, visit 7Weather here.
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