There is not much snow in a low pressure system heading to Prince Edward Island, but the wind will be enough to blow it up and cause some problems for the trip.
Environment Canada has issued a snow alert for the entire province.
Snow will begin on Monday afternoon, and will be mixed with rainfall in Queens and Kings counties to start, changing to full snow at night.
The wind will rise overnight, and will continue strong on Tuesday at 40 km / h with gusts to 60. The wind will be out of the northwest, and may bring higher water levels and surf to the North Shore.
With wind and continuous snowfall, Environment Canada expects reduced visibility in some areas, which could lead to dangerous driving conditions.
The forecast is for a total of 10 to 15 inches of snow by the end of Tuesday.
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