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CHARLOTTETOWN: Wind, rain and snow by the end of the week
As of 10 a.m. Oct. 15, a wind warning is in effect for all of Prince Edward Island. According to Environment Canada, strong southerly winds will change to westerly and gust to 90 km/h Tuesday morning.
Before the week is out, we’ll have dealt with three intense weather makers. The most powerful of them will pull east of P.E.I. by Tuesday. The leading edge of the “weather bomb” will bring 20 to 30 mm of rain, a strong south wind - that will shift to west and gust close to 100 km/h. After a brief break, we can expect more rain and wind from west to east late Wednesday into Thursday. Cold air behind that low will serve up some snow where the cold winds blow onshore. Finally, a weekend wind and rain storm will round out a blustery week.