Hold on to your hat, a wind warning has been issued for all of Prince Edward Island.
Environment Canada says southwesterly winds gusting to 90 kilometres an hour can be expected overnight Wednesday.
A low-pressure system developing over the Great Lakes region tonight will intensify on Wednesday as it moves across southern Quebec.
Strong south to southwest winds will develop across Prince Edward Island Wednesday evening with gusts to 90 kilometres an hour expected overnight.
That wind will be accompanied by rain.
But there will be a mix of precipitation falling across the Island before Wednesday evening.
Light snow will begin Wednesday morning then change to periods of ice pellets and then changing to periods of rain in the afternoon.
There is a risk of freezing rain early in the afternoon. Rainfall amount of five millimeters can be expected. Wind becoming south 30 gusting to 50 kilometers an hour in the morning. High will be plus 2 during the day.
On Wednesday night, showers will be accompanied with southwest winds 40 gusting to 70 increasing to 60 gusting to 90 kilometres overnight. Temperature will rise to plus 10 by Thursday morning.
Periods of rain are expected throughout the day on Thursday. It will be windy.
Temperatures will stay warm with a high near plus 10.