All clear: Severe thunderstorm watch ended on P.E.I.

The severe thunderstorm watch on P.E.I. has ended.

Environment Canada lifts public alerts for severe thunderstorms, P.E.I. now in the clear

The storm on Thursday led to dramatic skies all over the Island, including this scene from Miminegash in western Prince County. (Submitted by Becky Gallant)

The severe thunderstorm watch on P.E.I. has ended.

Prince, Queens and Kings counties were under a severe thunderstorm watch Friday morning. Environment Canada sent out the initial alert at 6:31 Friday morning, and updated with the warning for Prince County at 7:39 a.m.

The warning for Prince County ended at 9:13 a.m. and P.E.I. was in the clear shortly after 10 a.m.

This is the second day in a row where P.E.I. was on alert for severe thunderstorm. On Thursday, there were lightning strikes, rolls of thunder and frequent spells of rain across the province.

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