A snow squall watch continues for Bracebridge, Gravenhurst and Port Carling. Environment Canada says, over the next 12 hours we could see up to 10 cm of snow with wind chills in the minus 30s. A bitterly cold Arctic air mass will move in this morning before weakening around noon. Meanwhile, snow squalls will change into flurries this evening. Drivers are advised to be cautious as blowing snow will likely cause near zero visibility and dangerous driving conditions. In Huntsville, Parry Sound and Burk’s Falls a snow squall warning continues.