Elements of the Decrease Mainland had been below a flood watch on Saturday as heavy rain continued to pound the area.
An Surroundings Canada rainfall warning remained in place for Metro Vancouver, Howe Sound, Whistler, the Sunshine Coast and jap and western Vancouver Island.
A further 40 to 60 millimetres of rain is forecast to fall in most areas, with 70 to 90 mm potential on the North Shore and in Howe Sound.
And late Friday, the BC River Forecast Centre upgraded excessive streamflow advisories for the North Shore Mountains, Metro Vancouver, Howe Sound and the Sunshine Coast to flood advisories.
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“Current snow accumulation at elevation has occurred over the previous few weeks, with 5‐40 mm of (snowmelt) equal presently noticed at automated snow climate stations all through the area,” the centre warned.
“A lot of the snow on the bottom is anticipated to soften throughout this occasion and can contribute extra runoff to rivers.”
Peak flows on smaller waterways had been anticipated Saturday, and in bigger waterways, together with the Squamish River, on Sunday.
Surroundings Canada forecasts the heavy rain to shift into showers over Metro Vancouver on Saturday afternoon, earlier than choosing again up within the night and really fizzling out once more Sunday.
Drivers are reminded to decelerate and switch their lights on, whereas residents are reminded to verify their properties for any potential drainage issues.
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