Set Summerside as default location
Current ConditionsSat Oct 25, 14 at 10:00 AM ADT
Sunrise: 7:46 AM
Sunset: 6:12 PM
NNE 28 km/h
Pressure: 99.9 kPa
Showers or drizzle
Chance of drizzle
Summary(Celsius) Sat Oct 25, 14 at 5:00 AM ADT Sat Oct 25, 14 at 5:00 AM ADT
Showers or drizzle. Amount 2 mm. Fog patches dissipating near noon. Wind northwest 20 km/h. High 12.
Mainly cloudy with 40 percent chance of drizzle or showers. Wind west 20 km/h becoming light overnight. Low 7.
Cloudy with 40 percent chance of drizzle or showers in the morning and early in the afternoon. Periods of rain beginning in the afternoon. Amount 10 to 15 mm. Wind becoming south 20 km/h near noon. High 13.
|Chance of drizzle or rain||Showers||Cloudy||A mix of sun and cloud||A mix of sun and cloud||A mix of sun and cloud|
7° | 6°
45° | 43°
7° | 5°
45° | 41°
13° | 4°
55° | 39°
9° | 9°
48° | 48°
6° | 4°
43° | 39°
CBC News: Weather Centre
Nationwide, you can view weather on CBC News Network, 7 days a week.
Don't forget, your local weather forecast is available in your area on the CBC regional nightly news.
Tune in for weather: regional, national and international, coming your way from our team of meteorologists!
Prince Edward Island Headlines
- PHOTO STREAM A weekend in the Maritimes, as seen by you
- CBC Maritimes wants to be an even bigger part of your weekend routine. Share a picture and add #cbcmaritimes.
- Man shot in back in Halifax attempted robbery
- Halifax Regional Police are investigating after a 19-year-old man was shot in the back in a vehicle in the Fairview neighbourhood of Halifax.
- New Halifax man charged after RCMP officer nearly run over
- A 20-year-old from Halifax is facing numerous charges after police say an RCMP officer was almost run over.
- New Chris Collins says unclear when Legislature will reopen to public
- The new Speaker of the New Brunswick Legislature says it's too soon to say when the building will open to the public again.
- Robert Ghiz's credit-card expenses staying under wraps
- A Charlottetown man has been told it would cost him thousands of dollars to find out what Premier Robert Ghiz spends public money on.