Snowfall warning over for Prince County

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It was looking very blustery in Farmington, Kings County, Tuesday morning,
It was looking very blustery in Farmington, Kings County, Tuesday morning,

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A snowfall warning has ended in P.E.I.'s Prince County, but enough snow fell overnight across the province to close schools and delay the start of the work day for many.

The provincial government delayed opening civil service offices, and UPEI and Holland College delayed opening their campuses.

Prince County plow dispatchers said roads were snow-covered and slippery with poor visibility in some areas.

Blowing snow was an issue in Kings and Queens counties, with poor visibility.

The wind is expected to remain blustery through to the late afternoon, at 20 km/h with gusts to 40. In Queens and Kings counties, the snow turned to showers in mid-morning, which helped keep the snow down.

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