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Skating before the snow falls in downtown Charlottetown

Tyler Laird enjoys some ice time recently at the outdoor rink at Founders Hall in Charlottetown.
Tyler Laird enjoys some ice time recently at the outdoor rink at Founders Hall in Charlottetown. - Mitsuki Mori
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

Thursday might not be so suitable for outdoor skating as a special weather statement from Environment Canada is predicting snow.

A-low pressure system will approach the Maritimes and track south of Nova Scotia, with snow developing across the Island this morning and then tapering off Thursday night.

Total snowfall amounts up to 10 centimetres are expected for the province. Winds will become southeast 20 km/h and gust to 40 near noon.

Click here for more weather from SaltWire Network meteorologist Cindy Day

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