In places with temperatures that are just below the freezing mark, roads may be slick this morning.
Another storm brings up to 2 inches of rain and snow to New England today and overnight before dragging in colder and windy conditions for the end of the work week.
Other than some light snow Wednesday, the next week of weather looks quite nice for the second half of February.
Strong winds are the most significant weather issue of the day.
A strong storm that began Sunday continues to move east and will bring gusty winds.
A complex weather system will unfold Sunday into Monday with snow at varying intensities through the start of the work week.
A storm will rapidly intensify as it hits the ocean Sunday into Monday, producing a lot of wind and very sharp gradients of snowfall ranges.
Yesterday's blizzard is now over, and today brings sunshine and cold temperatures. A new storm, however, could bring snow or rain this weekend.
Scenes from the city's first big snowstorm this February.
The governor said workers treating and plowing the roads would be better able to do their jobs during the storm if non-emergency personnel stay home.
Wind-whipped snow lashed eastern Massachusetts Thursday, creating blizzard conditions for much of the region.
"We're preparing for a long, snowy day," Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said. At 10 a.m., a snow emergency will go into effect in Boston.
Intensifying snowfall will drop across the Greater Boston area and much of Massachusetts today. In Boston, the worst of the storm will be between about 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Boston and several other communities have already decided to cancel school Thursday.
Commuters were warned whether driving, walking or taking public transportation to take it slow, as both the roads and sidewalks were slick.
The first flakes will fly around 8 a.m., with the heaviest snow and strongest winds expected during the middle of the day.
After a mild day on Wednesday a nor'easter brings snow and cold back to the area Thursday.
Snow, sleet and freezing rain are all in the forecast before a change to rain occurs later Tuesday morning.
Sunshine and colder temperatures will start the work week. A mixed bag of precipitation arrives Tuesday.
As we head into the weekend, breezy conditions with below normal temperatures will make it feel like winter.