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Snow squall watch in place for P.E.I.'s Queens, Kings counties late Wednesday, Nov. 13

A Charlottetown transit bus makes its way along Grafton Street in Charlottetown despite the heavy snowfall Monday, March 4, 2019. - Carolyn Drake
Snow squalls are possible for Kings and Queens counties Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019. - SaltWire file photo

Strong and cold westerly winds blowing over warm gulf waters will make conditions favourable for snow squalls Wednesday afternoon and evening. That has prompted Environment Canada to issue a snow squall watch in Queens and Kings counties.

Visibility may be suddenly reduced to near zero at times in heavy snow.

A special weather statement remains in place in Prince County where rain is expected to change to flurries before Wednesday morning as cold westerly winds move into the region and temperatures quickly fall below freezing creating potential problems on roads across P.E.I.

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