The low pressure system does not have much snow to Prince Edward Island, but the wind is enough to blow it and cause problems to travel.
The environment in Canada has been providing blow-fire advice to the entire province.
The snow begins on Monday afternoon and it is mixed with rain in Queens and Kings County to begin, changing the full snow in the evening.
The wind will rise overnight and continue on Tuesday at 40 km / h in Summers to 60. The wind is from the northwest, and it can lift larger water levels and surf to surf the North Shore.
Wind and constant snowfall Environment Canada expects reduced visibility in some areas, which can lead to dangerous driving conditions.
The forecast is 10-15 centimeters of snowfall through to Tuesday's end.
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