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CHARLOTTETOWN: Busy week in the weather centre

By the time we get to Friday, three weather systems will have made their way across the province. The first came at us from the central Great Lakes with a light rain snow/mix. Hot on its heels, the second will track up the coast and slide offshore Tuesday afternoon. It’s headed for central Newfoundland. It’s not a storm, but because we will be on the north and colder side of the low, we could get as much as 10 cm snow. By Wednesday night a cold front will sweep down from the north - opening up the arctic pipeline. The wind will come around to the W and gust 60 km/h. That will serve up wind chill values of -12 to -18 and trigger onshore snow. Expect a cold end to the workweek, but a pleasant milder weekend.

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