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CHARLOTTETOWN: Busy week in the weather centre
As of 4 p.m. Nov. 19, Prince County is under a snowfall warning. Snow is expected to begin Tuesday afternoon, bringing 15-25 cm.
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.