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The Guardian Weather Page
CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI - As we coast towards the weekend, our early spring storm will move east of Newfoundland but that won’t be the end of it. A trailing trough will push down across the region with more snow and strong winds. The wind won’t be warm: from the north gusting to 50 km/h. Watch for snow squalls where those winds blow onshore. Sunshine and warmer temperatures return next week!