Cloudy and showers, then sunny breaks forecast for today.
Environment Canada today is predicting mainly sunny skies today, but again with a north wind holding the temperature in the teens.
Early morning temperatures today ranged from a high of 15.0 at East Point, to a low of 12.2 at Maple Plains.
The Confederation Bridge is open to all traffic and flowing smoothly with no wind advisories today.
All flights into and out of Charlottetown Airport are forecast to be on time today across the FlyPEI board.
TEMPERATURE: High near 18 for a couple of hours by mid afternoon.
WIND: North, gusting to 40, becoming light this afternoon.
UV INDEX: 5 (moderate)
A few clouds.
TEMPERATURE: Low around 9 or 10.
WIND: Dropping to calm by midnight, then slowly backing to north-northwest, light.
TOMORROW’S FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12:
TEMPERATURE: High 22, with a Humidex of 25.
WIND: Continuing to rise to become steady west.
First light – 5:40 a.m.
Civil twilight – 6:16
Official Sunrise – 6:46 a.m. (One week ago it was 6:38 a.m.)
Official Sunset – 7:31 p.m. (One week ago it was 7:45 p.m.)
Civil twilight ends – 8:02 p.m.
Last light – 8:38 p.m.
Moon – The moon rises today at 11:35 p.m., then sets tomorrow afternoon at 2:53 p.m.
The official length of daylight today is 12 hours, 45 minutes.
The highest temperature on record for Sept. 12 on P.E.I. is 26.1 set in 1947.
The lowest temperature on record for this date is 1.3 set in 2006.
For Sept. 12 on P.E.I., the average high is 18.7
Average low for this date is 9.7.
The hot spot in Canada early this morning was next at Lytton, B.C., where it was 23.3 overnight.
The coldest spot anywhere in Canada early this morning was at Alert, Nunavut where it was –10.3.
Below is a live-stream camera view courtesy of Confederation Bridge to give a sense of weather conditions at that location.