UPDATE: The snow squall warning has ended, but a blowing snow advisory is in place for the county

Environment Canada is keeping the county under a snow squall warning this morning.

The weather service warns the whiteout conditions are expected to continue throughout the morning as the winter storm continues to slam the area. Another 5 cm of snow could fall before the end of the day.

The hazardous driving conditions should improve in the afternoon as the strong winds start to calm down.

You can keep up to date with all road and weather conditions by tuning into Moose FM.