Environment Canada says winds are expected to pick up this afternoon, gusting up to 80 kilometres per hour in Huron and Perth counties.

The national forecaster says the high winds could be hazardous for driving and that some areas should prepare for power outages.

A snow squall watch has been issued for Grey and Bruce counties calling up to 15 centimetres of snow tonight and continuing into tomorrow morning.

Drivers headed north should be prepared for poor visibility as local police are asking you to slow down if the weather changes.