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The break between systems will be short-lived. Over the next 36 hours, a developing area of low pressure will race from the Northwest Territories to central Labrador. The fast-moving fall storm will bring increasing clouds, followed by rain and wind to P.E.I. Saturday into Sunday. Rainfall totals will not be excessive, but there will be lots of wind. On the warm side of the system – S 60 km/h; on the cold side: NW G60 km/h on Sunday. A tight pressure gradient means the wind pattern remains strong across the province into the early part of next week.