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CHARLOTTETOWN: Wells get water, followed by sun for Sunday
A well-developed area of low pressure approaching from the west will serve up some much needed rain as it tracks across the province on Saturday. Rainfall totals will range from 30 to 40 mm; embedded thunderstorms could bring up those totals. A northeast wind will bring clearing skies in time for us to enjoy a pleasant Sunday. Another fair weather system will give us a comfortable start to the week with more moisture likely by late Wednesday.