BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — It might be officially spring in New England but forecasters are predicting some snow flakes to come and make a cameo appearance in some parts of the region on Wednesday.
It's also going to be going to be wet and windy during the morning commute.
The National Weather Service says the fast coastal storm, which is originating off the coast of the Carolina states, will arrive in the area overnight.
The coastal storm will bring rain to southeast New England late tonight and early Wednesday, and potentially some wet snow in the hills of Connecticut, Rhode Island and into Worcester County.
The forecast calls for coating to upwards 3 inches of snow in Central Massachusetts and portions of Middlesex County and Southern New Hampshire.
Metro-Boston is expected to get a coating of snow/rain which will likely happen during the morning commute.
While the storm will end during the late morning hours, sunshine and windy weather will come behind the storm Wednesday afternoon with temperatures in the 50's meteorologists say.