We missed out on a white Christmas this year, and we haven't seen too many days of snow yet this winter.
But Environment Canada isn't ruling out the possibility of big snowfalls in the new year.
Meteorologist Geoff Coulsen says lake effect snow continues to be a big concern this season for Grey-Bruce.
He says so far this winter, much of the snow has bypassed us, and hit in the eastern portion of Georgian Bay.
Coulsen adds that the temperature off of Lake Huron especially is running warm this year --- but that could be the cause of some major snow in this second half of winter.
He says the cold arctic air pressure mixed with the warm air off the lake will generate some pretty major snow activity.
Coulsen adds a lot of the snow will come with cold north-northwest winds.