Arctic chill likely trading out for heavy snowfall in Muskoka
MyMuskokaNow newsroom photo (James Bowler)
The bitter icy grip on Muskoka is about to move out, but it’s likely to be replaced by a dumping of snow.
Environment Canada is warning a weather system moving in tonight has the potential to bring up to 15 cm of snowfall to the area.
South Muskoka, which includes Bracebridge, Port Carling and Gravenhurst could also see several hours of freezing rainfall as well late Wednesday morning or in the early afternoon, which will switch to rain as the temperature gets warmer.
There is a chance the Huntsville area could get hit with freezing rain as well and Environment Canada will release freezing rain warnings closer to the weather event if needed.
The snowfall across Muskoka is likely to start around 7pm and will continue throughout the night.
The MyMuskokaNow.com Newsroom is keeping track of this storm and will provide you with more detailed information as it becomes available. Remember, you can always get timely weather and road conditions by tuning into Moose FM.