Our region is under a snow squall warning. Environment Canada has posted the warning for Bracebridge, Gravenhurst, Port Carling, Port Severn, Parry Sound, Rosseau, Killbear Park, Huntsville and Baysville. Local snowfall amounts of 15 to 25 cm are expected in the strongest snow squalls today and tonight, with peak snowfall rates of 2 to 4 cm per hour quite possible. Motorists should expect sudden near zero visibility in bursts of heavy snow and local blowing snow, and adjust travel plans accordingly. One snow band is coming in off of Northern Georgian Bay to the Bayfield Inlet and Britt areas and may extend as far inland as Highway 11 just north of Huntsville at times. A second snow band extends across the Bruce Peninsula north of Oliphant to Tobermory and then across Georgian Bay to affect the Mactier to Midland areas and inland to at least Muskoka and Orillia. The snow squalls will end Sunday as winds diminish with a high pressure ridge moving in.