BOSTON (AP) — Southern New England is getting hit by a second consecutive day of April snow.

The snow that started Monday morning is expected to last into the evening.

The National Weather Service says Cape Cod and the South Shore should only expect an inch or two, with the Boston area getting 3 to 4 inches, while some areas to the north of Boston and into central and western Massachusetts could get up to 6 inches. Most of Rhode island and Connecticut are expected to get in the 3 to 4 inch range, with less in coastal areas.

Some spots could get record-low temperatures.

Many Massachusetts school districts canceled classed Monday.

The maximum speed on the Massachusetts Turnpike was reduced to 40 mph from Hopkinton to the New York border.