Wind warning issued for Prince Rupert and the north coast

Environment Canada has issued a wind warning for the Prince Rupert area beginning tomorrow.

  • Oct. 16, 2012 5:00 p.m.

You may want to tie down your patio furniture, as Environment Canada has issued a high wind warning for the north coast.

The forecast is calling for southeast winds up to 100 kilometres an hour developing Wednesday evening. Strong westerly winds will follow in its wake late Wednesday night as an intense Pacific frontal system moves further inland.

 

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