We could be seeing snow squalls hit Muskoka on Christmas Day.

Environment Canada has the area under a snow squall watch. Tonight up to 10 cm of snow is expected to fall in the area. But more is on the way in the morning as storms come off of Georgian Bay.

These storms could cause snow squalls with up  to 15 cm of snow falling. Winds are expected to get up to about 70km over Monday as well.

The weather service warns this snow squall activity could continue throughout the week.