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CHARLOTTETOWN: Wild wind in wake of weather bomb
As of 9:30 a.m. Nov. 14, an Environment Canada wind warning is in place for all of Prince Edward Island. Strong west to northwest winds gusting up to 100 km/h are forecast for today and tonight.
The powerful fall storm now sits well offshore – out over the North Atlantic. Cold air funnelling down behind the weather bomb continues to fill in the void left behind by the intense low pressure system. The winds will take on a more northerly direction before diminishing to light Thursday afternoon for P.E.I. A narrow ridge of high pressure is building in from the west and will offer up a brief break before the next round of wind, rain and snow. That system should slide just off the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia. Snowfall totals will range from 7 to 12 cm with the highest amounts over western PEI. Gusty south-east winds will make travel tricky Friday evening. . The weekend will be fair but breezy and cool.