Wind warning ended, but storm surge and winter storm warning remain

Published on February 15, 2014

The ower of this bicycle on Prince Street in Charlottetown sure will not be using for at least a few days as snow continues to fall.

©Guardian photo by Brian McInnis

Environment Canada has ended the wind warning for all of P.E.I., but the winter storm warnings and storm surge warnings remain in effect for the three counties.

Environment Canada is now predicting 25-35 centimetres of snow overnight tonight and Sunday for Prince, Queen and Kings Counties.

Environment Canada also said that strong northwesterly winds will give high water levels along the north-facing side of Prince Edward Island during high tide near midday Sunday. This could push ice onto the shore and cause some coastal flooding.

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