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51K strong winds, stronger manned strikes P.E.I.

The winter storm brings power lines across the P.E.I and worsens it.

In effect of a storm warning for the winter full effect, the weather expelled almost 46,000 electric and electric electricity consumers. From 9 am to 5,000 from 11,000 to 36,000, then 10:45 to 10:30.

Closing the English and French school boards on the island.

  • See the full list of cancellations on the Storm Center.
  • Call 1-877-236-9350 in your cancellation.

Provincial civil service offices and UPI are delayed. The Holland College campuses are closed all day.

The community center of the Eastern Kings opened a hot core.

The ship canceled on the day of the North Brabourdale Land Festival. Restricted in the Confederation Bridge. Normarm land is 100 km ahead of the wind on the land strait. Confederation bridge control is 5 hours in the council issued on Wednesday.

The conditions in Charlottetown are finger and slippers. (Kevin Yar / CBC)

Some flights from Charlotte airport will be canceled or delayed.

RMMP drivers in Queens County warns drivers. There are many vehicles on the road in the Pleasant Valley area. The bulk of the bulk consumers used in the circuit at 8 am indicated that traffic lights would not work.

The drivers will be warned to avoid the electric lines. In Summerside, both east and east street and Rout Two are located on White Road Road in Springfield West.

Heavy snow with strong winds

This storm has a lot of trouble, "said CBC climate scientist JN Krishnan. Scotland said.

"The level of ice is not overly heavy – it's as heavy as it can be – but the real problem is the combination of this ice and the heavy and wet snow and strong wind." Scotch said.

A night shift from the shift to the house and took some pictures on the shroud road road on the short road road. (Kathi Love / Facebook)

Strong wind swells at 100 km per hour, and is stronger than 80 km in the evening.

Plop Troops are not reporting bad weather, but roads in Prince's and Queen counties have reduced electricity lines.

Power line companies on the road

The operational outlays have also been reported from Maritime Electricity and 3am onwards.

Maritime Electric spokesman Kim Griffin said, "They know the damage they see, especially the information about drop-lines and what information they provide.

This was a candlelight lighting by Prince Edward Islanders on Thursday morning. (Jessica Doria-Brown)

"If we have other questions, they can explain that, and we can explain that," said Griffin.

"[Downed power lines are] It's very important to us. They will handle them quickly. We categorize them as a state of emergency, make sure that they are not intact and that they are not connected to themselves. "

Griffin said he can not say when the power is restored. Heavy snow to keep power is a bad compound and a bad combination.

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