The National Weather Service says the advisory impacts south coastal Rhode Island and MA, including Cape Cod and the Islands.
The main impacts with this system is the timing. Generally, one to two inches is forecast and could result in slippery conditions during the evening commute.
The Jersey Shore may see up to three inches of snow Friday.
The National Weather Service says roads will be slippery with limited visibility, and drivers should use caution when driving home from work or picking up their children from school.
Snow may hit Jersey Shore Friday
For areas along and north of the Massachusetts Turnpike, expect some flurries this evening, but only about a dusting to an inch is expected.
Temperatures are likely to top out in the mid-30s on Saturday and Sunday, both of which should be mostly sunny. With gusts nearing the 30 miles per hour range, some spots could see wind chills in the teens for most of the day, so bundle up for any of your Saturday plans.
Temperatures are forecast at above freezing for the weekend and into next week, according to weather service.
There is a chance of rain early Monday, and temperatures will reach the mid-40s, the weather service said.