As I thought might happen, it looks like we're in for an overachiever for a snowfall.
Snow is expected to continue across the region throughout the rest of the day today. The snow is then expected to continue across Central Mass right through most of, if not all of tonight.
The steadiest snow is expected across Central Mass and especially across southern parts of Worcester County. Across Western Mass, the snow will be much lighter and much more intermittent with it stopping from time to time.
The snow is expected to come to an end first across Western Mass by about 8 to 9 pm or so this evening. Across Central Mass, it appears that the snow will not end until about sunrise Monday morning.
Additional snow amounts on top of what has already fallen will range from a dusting to about a half an inch of snow across the Pioneer Valley of Western Mass and the Berkshires to up to one more inch of snowfall across the northern Worcester Hills.
Further south across Worcester County, additional snow amounts of 2 to 3 more inches are expected along and north of Route 9 with additional snow amounts of 3 to 4 inches of snow expected south of Route 9.
A cold, but sunny couple of days are expected for Monday and Tuesday. High temperatures Monday will be between 20 and 25 Degrees. High temperatures Tuesday will be between 25 and 30 Degrees.