Snow squalls warnings continue, 50 centimetres possible by tonight
BARRIE -- Significant blowing snow, white-outs and treacherous conditions shut down parts Simcoe County Friday.
Snow squall warnings remain in effect.
Environment Canada says some areas can expect as much as 50 centimetres of snow by this evening.
Numerous drivers were stranded overnight in a rural area north of Barrie in Minesing. They spent the night at a gas station parking lot at George Johnston Road and Highway 26.
Police across our area are pleading with drivers to stay home and avoid all non-essential travel.
School buses across Simcoe County, York Region, and Grey-Bruce were cancelled. Even the schools in Dufferin County were closed completely.
Grey-Bruce is also dealing with blizzard warnings where Environment Canada is predicting more than 50 centimetres in a short time period.