Muskoka could see 15 cm of snowfall as Environment Canada issues snow squall watch
The heavy snowfall may not be over for Muskoka.
Environment Canada is warning we could see snow squalls hit the district later this afternoon. The weather service predicts up to 15 centimeters could fall by Tuesday morning.
Snow squalls can come on quickly and significantly cut down your ability to see while driving. Officials say drivers should stay aware of road conditions and if the weather turns bad consider staying home instead.
The MyMuskokaNow newsroom will keep you updated on this storm.