A extraordinary climate caution is in impact for British Columbia due to overwhelming rain and the plausibility of flooding. Forecasters have cautioned of overwhelming rain and storm surges along the south coast from Vancouver Island to Metro Vancouver. Districts close stream banks will have cloudy skies till Wednesday. As temperatures rise five to 10 degrees over ordinary, snowmelt and aquifers are likely to rise.
A Tall Streamflow Admonitory has been issued for zones counting tributaries of the Lower Fraser Stream, Pemberton, Lillooet Stream tributaries, Fraser Valley and ranges around Fraser Canyon. Environment