513  
AWCN15 CWHX 180043  
WEATHER SUMMARY  
FOR PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND  
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA  
AT 9:43 P.M. ADT THURSDAY 17 OCTOBER 2019.  
 
DISCUSSION.  
 
A SIGNIFICANT FALL STORM INTENSIFIED OVER NEW ENGLAND EARLY THURSDAY  
MORNING AND BROUGHT STRONG EASTERLY WINDS, RAIN AND HIGHER THAN  
NORMAL WATER LEVELS TO PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. THE STORM'S IMPACTS  
HAVE DIMINISHED AS THE BAND OF HEAVY RAIN AND STRONG WINDS HAS MOVED  
OFF TO THE NORTH OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.  
 
SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS (KM/H) AS OF 8 PM ADT OCTOBER 17TH.  
 
NORTH CAPE 103  
EAST POINT 85  
SUMMERSIDE 75  
 
WATER LEVEL DATA FROM THE TIDE GUAGE IN CHARLOTTETOWN HARBOUR  
MEASURED A WATER LEVEL OF 70 CENTIMETRES ABOVE ASTRONOMICAL HIGH  
TIDE.  
 
RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE IN THE 10 TO 20 MILLIMETRE RANGE.  
 
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY CONTAIN PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL  
INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE OR FINAL REPORT.  
 
END/ASPC  
 
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