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Environment Canada's radar shows a cold front headed for P.E.I. on April 16.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for P.E.I. as recent warm temperatures are expected to come to a sudden end.
A cold front is moving across the province and Environment Canada expects rain to turn to freezing rain or ice pellets.
Parts of P.E.I. could see 10-15 millimetres of rain before it turns to ice pellets and snow as temperatures fall to zero by about noon.
P.E.I. started the day with temperatures above 10 C.
Environment Canada expects strong south to southwest winds to shift to the northwest as the cold front moves through the province.
The sun will be back Thursday and Friday but rain showers and flurries are forecast for the weekend.