Bundle up and get ready for a potential snow storm. Environment Canada says a snow squall warning is still in effect for Parry Sound-Muskoka and Almaguin. The weather agency is calling for 10 to 15 centimetres of snow today with gusting winds. Wind chills in the minus 30s are expected. The snow squalls will start drifting south later today, which Environment Canada says will end the threat for areas east of Georgian Bay. Meanwhile, areas east of Lake Huron are likely to see more squalls through Wednesday. Although we might get a break from the snow tomorrow, we could feel the wind chill temperatures drop to almost minus 40.