A word from SaltWire Network’s chief meteorologist Cindy Day:
A mild mid-week system will bring flurries and showers along with warmer than normal temperatures tomorrow. The system that will follow on Thursday is expected to pack more of a punch with snowfall accumulations near 10 centimetres. The wind will come around to the northwest behind the low-pressure system and it’s going to get cold by the end of the week; wind chill values range from -15 C to -20 C on Friday and Saturday. The next in the series of snow systems will move in on Sunday.
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Charlottetown traffic advisory - Closure on Pownal Street on Tuesday, Jan. 14
The public is advised that Pownal Street between Water Street to the end of Pownal Street will be closed to traffic beginning at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. This closure is necessary to replace a catch basin and the work is expected to last two days. Traffic control personnel will be onsite.
Confederation Bridge – Traffic running smoothly
The Confederation Bridge is currently open to all traffic.
For updates, visit confederationbridge.com.
Flights are on schedule at the Charlottetown Airport.
For updates, visit flypei.com.