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Environment Canada downgrades Wednesday’s forecast to significant rain
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Environment Canada downgrades Wednesday’s forecast to significant rain

Environment Canada expects significant rainfall in P.E.I. Beginning Wednesday and continuing into the night

A special weather statement was issued around 4 p.m. on Tuesday, advising that Islanders should expect 15 to 25 millimetres of rainfall.

The majority of the Island will see rain beginning late in the afternoon. P.E.I. is not expected to see any rain.Environment Canada warns that snow could quickly transform into rain in the region to the west.

Environment Canada had previously predicted P.E.I. Could get as much as 15 cms of snowfallMix of rain and sunshine starting Wednesday

According to the new statement, there is only a chance of snow overnight.

Environment Canada warns that strong southerly winds of 70 to 80 km/h could change to westerly winds by Thursday morning.

These strong winds will continue throughout tomorrow.

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