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Hefty rains, wind, and snow are predicted for various areas of British Columbia

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Key takeaways: 

  • Up to 40 centimeters of snow are anticipated for Coquihalla Summit–Hope to Merritt beginning Sunday.
  • Extreme climate includes rain, winds, and snow.

Climatic conditions severe for British Columbia areas: 

An intense climate, including rain, winds, and snow, is set to strike some areas of British Columbia over the weekend.

Environment Canada has provided heavy rain and localized solid wind alerting for Metro Vancouver, Gibsons, Sechelt, Sea to Sky Corridor, North Shore of Vancouver, Tri-Cities area, and Lower Fraser Valley north of the Fraser River.

The climate agency says upslope locations from the Lower Sunshine Coast to the Lower Fraser Valley will get the heaviest rain from Sunday night till Monday afternoon.

Also read: Provincial districts want more disaster grants from Emergency Management B.C.

An intense climate, including rain, winds, and snow, is set to strike some areas of British Columbia

It cautions that solid and gusty winds are also likely beginning Sunday and Monday across Metro Vancouver, Abbotsford, and Howe Sound.

Environment Canada has provided a winter storm watch for Highway 3 – Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass from Sunday evening to Monday afternoon. The regions are anticipated to see up to 30 centimeters of snow.

Up to 40 centimeters of snow is predicted for Coquihalla Summit–Hope to Merritt starting Sunday and Tuesday night.

Source – cbc.ca

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