It will start on Mondays relatively quietly in B.. C. But the upcoming system will once again bring unstable weather to the area. The system will be tracked during the evening hours and threaten with major impacts, such as falling trees and blackouts. Forecasters are warning that the worst in this system will happen on Tuesday. Details and timing are below.
Monday will provide some sort of relief from unstable conditions during the day, but another moisture-fueled regime will move in during the evening hours. This decrease will have similar effects to the two previous systems that have been tracked recently, but it is likely that they will have a more widespread effect..
The strongest winds will land on Tuesday morning and afternoon in West Vancouver Island, while the strait and the lower mainland will see the most impacts in the afternoon and evening. .
“It is very likely that devastating winds will blow across Vancouver Island and there will be a variety of impacts, including cancellation of ferries on Tuesday,” says Tyler Hamilton, a weather network meteorologist..
Storms will strike along coastal areas in western Vancouver Island 80-110 km / hr, 70-90 km / h along the southern portions and straits, and 40-70 km / h across the lower mainland. .
The wind will turn southwesterly at night. Depending on the distance south of the lower tracks, there can be significant impacts on travel and electricity, with trees and power lines potentially falling.
More snow rides are expected in the southern interior this week, along with some rain, as well as very impressive snow sets for the Rockies and Kootenay. In addition to wet weather, cold weather will prevail across the northern half of B.. C. in the coming days.
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