Kings County will be hit hardest by nor'easter

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Prince and Queens Counties will get 15-20 centimetres

The snow from a nor’easter crossing the region is falling across the province and Environment Canada has continued its snowfall warnings.

Kings County will be hardest hit with 25-40 centimetres expected and that will be whipped around by strong winds causing whiteout conditions. Queens and Prince Counties will probably receive 15-20 centimetres.

Environment Canada says the snow will stop early Saturday morning across the province and winds will have dropped off after gusting to 60 km/h overnight.

Plows are out in Charlottetown and other areas of the province to try to keep the roads cleared.

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Organizations: Environment Canada

Geographic location: Kings, Charlottetown

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