OK, so that two feet of snow we were preparing to get last night?
Better add another foot to that.
The National Weather Service on Friday morning adjusted its predicted snowfall totals to as much as three feet possible in Weston.
According to the NWS, 3 to 5 inches of snow possible Friday, 14 to 20 inches Friday night, and 7 to 11 inches on Saturday. If you add up the highest possible accumulations over that timeframe, Weston would be looking at 36 inches of snow.
Even if you err on the low side of things, Weston is still predicted to see 24 inches of snow.
The timing of the snowfall is roughly the same: with light snow falling in Worcester, Middlesex and Norfolk counties Friday morning, and becoming heavy later in the afternoon and into the Friday evening commute.
So, as WHDH meteorologist Jeremy Reiner notes in his blog, you have a "few hours left this morning" to run some errands, but travel will deteriorate this afternoon. By 7 tonight, most towns will have 2 to 4 inches, Reiner predicted.
The storm should be the worst from 7 p.m. Friday to noon tomorrow, when snow could fall at a rate of 2 to 3 inches per hour.