With a slight dusting of snow covering up the ice from last nights rain, police are getting a lot of calls regarding vehicles in the ditch. The OPP would like to remind drivers to slow down and drive according to the conditions. Which right now are, a little bit slick and and snow covered but that is bound to chance as the snow continues. We could see up to 15 cm of the white stuff by Sunday’s end, along with blowing and drifting snow. This is thanks to a snow squall warning that Environment Canada has issued to the Simcoe County and surrounding areas.