Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Prince Edward Island.
Meteorologist Linda Libby says they’re keeping an eye on two separate systems headed towards Prince Edward Island for the Easter weekend. One for Friday and another one for Saturday.
The province should see 5-10 millimetres of rain Friday morning, with a bit of freezing rain and snow mixed in there.
Libbey is more concerned with Saturday.
Right now it looks like 10-15 millimetres of rain with more possible in Prince County.
She said some areas in New Brunswick could see more than 20 centimeters of snow. If the current track changes even slightly that snow could move into Prince Edward Island and bring a winter storm with it.
Winds are expected to pick up Saturday night for the Island, in the 70 to 80 km/h range. Libby said that could cause blowing snow conditions as the Easter bunny attempts to make his rounds.