UPDATED Snow squalls could hit the Muskoka region tonight moving into tomorrow
Driving conditions may get a bit dicey tonight as we could see another snow squall hit the region.
Environment Canada has released a snow squall watch for this evening, predicting we could see about 10-15 centimetres hitting the region by Wednesday morning.
Meteorologist Mitch Meredith says this will lead into more snowfall and the possibility of snow squalls tomorrow, which could leave the region with about 20 centimetres by the end of the day.
You’ll want to keep on your warmer winter clothes tomorrow as well, as the windchill is expected to bring down the temperature significantly.