Give yourself a few extra minutes to clear off your car in the morning. Environment Canada is increasing its snow squall watch to a warning for Huntsville, Bracebridge, Gravenhurst, Port Carling and Port Severn. The weather service is warning the district will see up to 15cm fall tonight in the hardest hit areas, with more on the way tomorrow. It also says there will be blowing snow thanks to strong winds, and the squalls could continue well into tomorrow night.

Drivers are reminded to be careful on the roads, as the squalls will cause bursts of heavy snow and the conditions could change rapidly.

The MyMuskokaNow newsroom will keep you updated on this storm as more details are released.

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