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CHARLOTTETOWN: Bright but dangerously cold!
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A sprawling Prairie High continues to pump unseasonably cold air down across the province. The persistent northwest wind is responsible for dangerously cold wind chill that will range from -25 to -30! Meanwhile, a developing snowmaker is starting to track up the Ohio Valley. By midday Thursday, light snow will start to fall on the north side of the sinking system. I don’t expect much more than 5 cm by the end of the day. Cold weather returns to start the final weekend of the month. We can expect a warming trend on Sunday ahead of a snow system that will push in overnight into Monday; this time, we could get closer to 10 or 12 cm of snow.