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P.E.I. weather, travel updates – More snow in the forecast

A man uses a snow blower in front of the Coles building in downtown Charlottetownon Wednesday Nov. 30, 2016. A messy mix of snowfall and cold rain has caused power outages, school closures and flight cancellations today in the Maritimes.
More snow is expected for P.E.I. on Thursday. - File


A mix of sun and cloud with 30 per cent chance of flurries is expected across the province this morning, then turning sunny.

Northwest wind is expected to gust up to 50 km/h with a high of -11C. With the wind chill, it will feel like -27 C in the morning and -21 C in the afternoon. There is a risk of frostbite.

Tonight it will be clear becoming partly cloudy overnight with northwest wind of 30 km/h becoming light late this evening. Tonight’s low is -18 C, but with the wind chill it will feel like -23 C in the evening.

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT: Snow for Thursday – possible accumulation up to 10 cm.

A low-pressure system will approach the Maritimes from New England and track eastward near Nova Scotia on Thursday.

Snow will develop across P.E.I. Thursday morning and then taper off Thursday night.

Accumulating snow is expected across the entire province with amounts possibly reaching 10 cm in some areas.

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Confederation Bridge

WIND WARNING ADVISORY: Weather services today indicate wind conditions that may result in restrictions of traffic on the Confederation Bridge beginning just after 8 a.m. until about 1:30 p.m. 

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Charlottetown Airport

Flights are on schedule at the Charlottetown Airport.

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