BOSTON (WHDH) - A winter storm warning is in effect across most of Massachusetts on Wednesday, as many places could see a half foot of snow.
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Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Worcester and Berkshire counties are all impacted by the warning until 3 p.m.
Plymouth, Northern Bristol, Southern Worcester, Eastern Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Southeast Middlesex counties are under a winter weather advisory.
Those in the warning area will see higher snow totals. Most locations in the warning can expect around four to seven inches of snow, particularly northwest of I-495.
North Shore and metro-Boston will get two to four inches of snow, while Southeastern Massachusetts, along with the Cape and the Islands, will receive a coating to two inches.
Snow began to fall after midnight and steadier snowfall started around 7 a.m. The storm is expected to move out during the afternoon hours.
The storm made fore difficult travel during the morning commute.
Wind and coastal flooding were not a concern with this storm.
Temperatures are expected to sit in the 30s before climbing into upper 40s on Saturday and Sunday.
For more, visit the 7Weather page.
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