Snowfall predictions for the current snow storm hitting North Reading have varied over the past 24 hours.
At first forecasters said the area could receive four to eight inches of snow. Later on Wednesday, those predictions were downgraded to a few inches of wet snow, and some forecasters said North Reading would get mostly rain.
Thursday morning, the picture has changed again, with expected snow totals rising again—something anyone in North Reading looking out the window could confirm.
Here are the latest snowfall predictions from a handful of local forecasters:
- WHDH (Channel 7): 3-6 inches
- WCVB (Channel 5): 3-6 inches
- WBZ (Channel 4): 4-8 inches
- WBUR (90.9 FM): 4-6 inches
- National Weather Service: 4-6 inches
What's more, forecasters agree this storm will last through Thursday night and into Friday, so pay attention to possible school closures and traffic headaches on Friday.
The only cancellation reported so far is from the Flint Memorial Library. Their program tonight, Boston Bronze and Stone Speak to Us presented by Joseph Gallo, is cancelled and will be rescheduled to a later date.