More Storms and Downpours to Hit BC: Province Warns Residents to Get Prepared-Isaac Teo

British Columbians are being warned to brace themselves for more “heavy rain, strong winds, and freezing temperatures” that will hit the province’s north and south coasts over the weekend, lasting until Tuesday, Nov. 23. “Environment Canada has issued a new winter storm advisory for the north coast, and we’re expecting heavy precipitation and wind. The storm is forecast to move south; starting Sunday, rain will reach heavily impacted areas in the Fraser Valley,” said the B.C. government on Twitter on Saturday.  Areas hit by winter storms include the inland sections of the North Coast, the McGregor region, and Pine Pass on Highway 97, Environment Canada warned on Sunday.  Special weather statements were also issued for Haida Gwaii and coastal sections of the North Coast and Central Coast as heavy rains associated with an atmospheric river engulfed the areas. An atmospheric river is a long, narrow band in the atmosphere that carries … British Columbians are being warned to brace themselves for more “heavy rain, strong winds, and freezing temperatures” that will hit the province’s north and south coasts over the weekend, lasting until Tuesday, Nov. 23. “Environment Canada has issued a new winter storm advisory for the north coast, and we’re expecting heavy precipitation and wind. The

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