UPDATE: The snow squall watch for south Muskoka has come to an end.
The winter storm in Muskoka continues to rage on today.
The extreme weather is expected to move out of the region by tonight, but before it does it may hit harder than yesterday. Another 15cm could fall today with Environment Canada predicting snow squall activity in the afternoon as well. That means driving conditions will be very dangerous as visibility is cut down to the zero.
The OPP has already warned drivers to stay off the roads if you don’t need to be travelling.
Keep up to date with all weather and road conditions on MyMuskokaNow.com and by tuning into Moose FM.