Ice pellets forecasted for Thursday

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Environment Canada is predicting a messy Thursday.
Its 4 p.m. forecast says tomorrow will see snow begin in the morning, changing to ice pellets in the afternoon.
The total accumulation of ice and snow will be about five centimetres. Southeast winds are expected to gust to 70 in the afternoon.
The ice pellets will change to showers or drizzle Thursday evening and then to flurries over night.
Winds will be southeast 50 km/h, gusting to 80, and then becoming southwest 30 gusting to 50, except gusting to 70 along parts of the coast late in the evening and overnight.
The rainfall amount is expected to be two millimetres.
The high temperature for Thursday will be zero, rising to four in the evening and then falling.
Tonight will see some flurries end and then clearing.
The temperature will dip to 10 below zero, five below along the coast.
The outlook for Friday is a 60 per cent chance of flurries, windy and a high of two.

Organizations: Environment Canada

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