That snow continues to fall today and some areas will see it a bit worse than others.
A snow squall warning is in effect for Dufferin, Grey County, Simcoe County, Northern Wellington County.
Flurries and snow squalls today could bring differing amounts of snow depending on the location.
For Dufferin County we could see a total of up to 15 cm by late evening when the squalls are expected to weaken tonight.
Environment Canada says other areas like Grey County could see 20 to 35 cm of snow by tomorrow Thursday morning.
Reduced visibility is expected with those snow squalls throughout the day today.