British Columbia's wet fall continues as Pacific lows keep riding the jet stream and slamming the province.
“The storm track is into the British Columbia coast because the current La Nina pattern has caused the jet stream to situate itself in this way,” says Dayna Vettese, a meteorologist at The Weather Network.
Among the most impressive rainfall totals, as of Sunday night:
Peak wind gusts on Sunday included:
The last storm soaked some of the same areas of coastal British Columbia on Friday night.
A cold front sweeping across the British Columbia Interior on Sunday was accompanied by strong winds and snow in some areas.
The snow was forecast for high mountain passes, such as along the Coquihalla Highway between Hope and Merritt.
On Thanksgiving Monday, another 100 mm of rain could fall on the central and north coasts. Leftover moisture will bring showers to metro Vancouver, but it won't be stormy on the Lower Mainland. Check your B.C. Thanksgiving Day forecast.