Update (3:30pm): Environment Canada has ended its winter travel advisory for Muskoka, and its snow squall watch for Port Carling and Port Severn.

Update (1:30pm): The OPP is asking drivers to stay off of the roads if possible. There are multiple collisions reported along Highway 11 and 400 due to low visibility and heavy snow.


This morning’s snow in Muskoka is continuing throughout the day. Environment Canada has a winter travel advisory in effect for Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Huntsville and Baysville. Around 5 centimetres are expected, with more closer to Georgian Bay. The district is getting another 5 centimetres overnight and tomorrow.

Port Carling and Port Severn are still under a snow squall watch, with around 15 centimetres falling. Officials say the snow squalls are likely to cause dangerous driving conditions.

The MyMuskokaNow Newsroom will keep you update on this storm as more details come in.

Snow squall watch issued for parts of Muskoka