Spring will begin on Sunday with a snowy forecast in the Boston area. 

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for eastern Massachusetts and all of Rhode Island from Sunday afternoon through Monday morning.

The watches includes portions of Middlesex, Essex, Worcester, Norfolk and Plymouth counties.

Total accumulation amounts vary but the most likely scenario seems to be 4 to 8 inches. This is the amount that the National Weather Service cited in its decision to issue the storm watch, according to WCVB

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"The snow consistency will be wet, regardless of where the heaviest falls. There will also be enough wind, combined with the wet snow, to pose concerns about scattered power outages," Cindy Fitzgibbon, StormTeam 5 meteorologist, said. 

The storm also keeps shifting. It is now more east and will likely bring heavier snow to the Boston area and Cape Cod, which was originally expecting more rain, according to WCVB. Snow totals are still uncertain and StormTeam 5 meteorlogists will continue to look at model forecasts.