March 26 storm

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Published on March 26, 2014

Pedestrians make their way down Queen Street during the storm.

Published on March 26, 2014

Water Street was deserted during the storm.

Published on March 26, 2014

Carol Smith and Robbie Arsenault, customer service reps with Maritime Electric were ready to answer calls abiut any power outages.

Published on March 26, 2014

Transit bus driver Randy Doucette was ready to take the last passengers before the busses were pulled off the streets.

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A City of Charlottetown plow clears Grafton Street,

Published on March 26, 2014

A pedestrian makes his way up Water Street and into the teeth of the gale.

Published on March 26, 2014

Heavy snow and strong winds make getting around Charlottetown a chore Wednesday. As the entire province was walloped by a major storm

Tazul Riad walks home from work as the storm progresses.

Published on March 26, 2014

 

 

Heavy snow and strong winds make getting around Charlottetown a chore Wednesday. As the entire province was walloped by a major storm

Melissa Delaney, left, and Nicky Adams, weather the storm to walk a few blocks for snacks from the local corner storm. 

Published on March 26, 2014

Heavy snow and strong winds make getting around Charlottetown a chore Wednesday. As th e entire province was walloped by a major storm. Ryan MacEwen, of Hunters, shovels the sidewalk in front of the restaurant.

Published on March 26, 2014

 

Heavy snow and strong winds make getting around Charlottetown a chore Wednesday. As the entire province was walloped by a major storm

Published on March 26, 2014

View of the Trans-Canada Highway in Eldon before the storm began Wednesday, March 26, and later in the day.

Published on March 26, 2014

While businesses across the Maritimes close today one spot on PEI is extremely busy. Coopers Red & White in Eldon will be staying open until 8 p.m. "We're seeing people we never see in here because everything is closing. We'll be staying open because we live here," co-owner Glenda Cooper says. Glenda and husband David live just upstairs.

Published on March 26, 2014

Jacalyn MacAulay of Charlottetown and her two sons, Reegan, left, and Corbin, met The Weather Network's Chris St. Claire this morning. St. Claire is in Charlottetown to cover today's snow storm. 

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Patrice MacDonald submitted this photo from Blooming Point, saying it's the calm before the storm.

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Snowfall accumulates in Montague River Wednesday, March 26.

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Winds picked up shortly after noon Wednesday, March 26, in Charlottetown.

Published on March 27, 2014

Isagani Valeriano was busy Thursday morning, March 27, handing out coffee to customers at the McDonalds drive-thru window in Charlottetown. Islanders are slowing getting on the road and for many people a coffee shop is an early stop.

Published on March 27, 2014

Maritime Electric crews were on the roads working on power outages on Wednesday and Thursday, March 26-27. Here a utility vehicle is seen at the intersection of the Trans Canada Highway and the Hurry Road Thursday.

Published on March 27, 2014

A plow works to clear the highway near the Charlottetown Mall on a blustry winter morning on Thursday, March 27, 2014.

Published on March 27, 2014

Fitzroy Street in downtown Charlottetown by St. Peter's Anglican Church was snowed under like the rest of the province Thursday morning. The City of Charlottetown has banned parking on downtown streets until further notice while crews clear out the 50 cm or more of snow.

A blizzard dubbed "White Juan 2" hit the Maritimes Wednesday, March 26, dumping the most snow in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, where wind gusts contributed to the stormy conditions.

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