Today's weather forecast has caused a number of closures across the province.
Provincial government offices have closed for the day. All schools in the Eastern, Western and French school boards closed two hours earlier than normal today.
Charlottetown City Hall is closed for the day, but the regular monthly council meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. is still going ahead.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal has closed the Emerald Bridge.
"There was already a weight restriction on the bridge, which snow removal equipment wouldn't meet. So the decision was made to close it to all traffic," a spokesperson with the department reported.
Today's forecast from Environment Canada calls for snow changing to ice pellets late this afternoon with a risk of freezing rain late this afternoon.
Wind will become southeast 30 km/h late this afternoon with a high zero.
The ice pellets will change to periods of rain early this evening. There is a risk of freezing rain early this evening as well as fog patches.
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The temperature will rise to 12 this evening with periods of rain ending in Tuesday morning, then cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of showers.
RCMP issued a news release this morning reminding drivers to drive with caution.
"Make sure your windows are clear before driving and give yourself plenty of space between vehicles," notes the release. "Winter driving requires more attention. Slow down."