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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Hurricane Lee has began to weaken making it a much less outlined hurricane, stated SaltWire’s climate specialist.
As of the morning of Sept. 14, Allister Aalders stated the storm surge risk just isn’t as vital for P.E.I.
Islanders can count on to really feel the affect of the storm all through the day on Sept. 16 and into the night time. The storm will even linger via Sept. 17 due to its gradual development, he stated.
“Winds will peak within the vary of round, , 30 or 40 km/h sustained with winds gusting upwards of 70 or 80 km/h throughout the Island. At the moment not anticipating something greater than that, however we’ll be conserving a detailed eye on it,” he stated.
Rainfall will vary from 10 to 30 millimetres throughout P.E.I. however due to the tropical moisture nonetheless within the storm, there may very well be an opportunity of embedded downpours and thunderstorms and the place these happen, 32 to 50 mm of rain needs to be anticipated, he stated.
“If the observe have been to shift additional east, we’d have to extend these rainfall quantities however based mostly on what I am seeing proper now, that form of vary of rainfall seems attainable. Definitely, the chance of flooding is there after we do see intense downpours and thunderstorms happen.”
Vivian Ulinwa is a reporter with SaltWire in Prince Edward Island. She could be reached by e-mail at [email protected].