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 5:58 a.m. PDT Friday 3 July 2020. Discussion. A series of low pressure systems brought significant rainfall to areas of the British Columbia Interior. The following is a summary of storm total received by Environment Canada from early Wednesday morning at 3am PDT through to Friday at 5am PDT (50 hour totals). Summary of rainfall in mm: Peace River and Fort Nelson regions: Hudson Hope: 66.2 Wonowon: 54.0 Pink Mountain: 72.0 Tumbler: 72.0 Noel: 64.6 Fort Nelson 55.8 Central Interior: Lone Butte: 52.4 Meadow Lake: 48.6 Alexis Creek: 16.8 Quesnel: 18.6 Williams Lake: 29.0 Knife: 46.0 Horsefly: 42.6 Place Lake: 62.8 Timothy: 68.2 Prince George: 35.7 Fort St. James: 16.4 Vanderhoof: 27.0 Valemont: 37.8 Columbias: Revelstoke: 48.2 Blue River: 60.6 Howard: 32.4 Clearwater: 27.8 Southwest Interior: Lillooet: 19.0 Ashcroft: 15.4 Kamloops: 13.2 Salmon Arm: 19.0 Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report. End/PSPC