The snow squall warning is continued for: Bracebridge, Baysville, Parry Sound, Rosseau, Killbear Park, Port Carling, Port Severn, Huntsville and Gravenhurst. Snow squalls are expected to start tonight and last until Friday morning. Strong winds are expected over the open waters of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay which are generating flurries and snow squalls. The bands of snow have shifted a bit further north with the heaviest snow squalls coming onshore between Midland and Bayfield Inlet. Snowfall amounts of 15 cm per 12 hours are possible in the heaviest snow squalls. There will be low-to-nil visibility in snow and blowing snow, which will make for hazardous driving conditions. This is a multi-day event and upwards of 50 cm could be reached by Friday morning. The snow squalls are expected to change directions, but will affect the warned areas into Friday morning.