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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.
Another powerful fall storm racing across the region has triggered wind warnings for P.E.I. By Wednesday morning, strong south winds will turn to the west and gust as high as 90 km/h. The system is moving very quickly, but dangerous travel conditions behind the storm will linger thanks to that very strong west then north-west wind. The cold wind will bring falling temperatures, significant wind chill and onshore snow. Locally, snow amounts could reach 3 to 5 cm in the wind-driven squalls. The break between systems will be brief as another fall storm is expected to track off the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia then south of the Avalon late Friday.