Below is a summary of any extreme weather conditions in the Canadian Province of British Columbia. If weather is following typical patterns it will state that there are no weather conditions summaries at this time.
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Description of any Extreme Weather Conditions in British Columbia
Weather summary for British Columbia issued by Environment Canada at 8:46 a.m. PDT Sunday 17 October 2021. Discussion. An Atmospheric River brought heavy rain to parts of the BC South Coast beginning the evening of Thursday, October 14th through Sunday, October 17th 2021. Total rainfall amounts in millimetres as of Sunday, October 17 2021 8:00 A.M. PDT: VANCOUVER HARBOUR: 121.8 VANCOUVER AIRPORT: 82.4 WEST VANCOUVER: 150.6 DELTA BURNS BOG: 58.4 PITT MEADOWS: 61.2 WHITE ROCK: 37.8 SQUAMISH: 156.4 PAM ROCKS: 166.8 PORT MELLON: 325.4 WHISTLER: 60.2 TOFINO: 142.0 PORT ALBERNI: 78.0 Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report. End/PSPC