Get your storm chips and your bottles of water, Charlottetown is in for two different storms in the next few days.
David Phillips, senior climatologist with Environment Canada, says Islanders can expect rain and about 20-35 centimeters of snow in the next few days.
Phillips said while Islanders are used to some pretty big storms, it’s always worse when different systems merge back to back. He says reduced visibility can be expected so people may not want to venture out.
But on the bright side, Phillips says wind chills and freezing temperatures won’t be a concern with these systems and Friday temperatures are expected to be as high as 5 degrees, dipping back down to 0 and 1 on Saturday and Sunday.