A large system that tracked over western Canada last week brought everything from flooding rains, to funnel clouds and even snow.
There was enough of it to blanket the ground in Canmore, Alberta over the weekend.
That only complicated flood recovery efforts as residents in the area pumped water out of their basements. Officials said the Bow River in Canmore and Banff were swollen due to recent heavy rains and an above average snowpack.
Back to back storms lead to high water levels in both BC and Alberta and prompted evacuations in some places. On Thursday, a local state of emergency was declared in Prince George, BC and remained in place over the weekend.
Conditions have improved significantly, but some high stream advisories and flood warnings are still in effect.
Residents are urged to take precautions around water ways until river levels return to normal.