Monday , April 19 2021

Transient emissions of Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley, set to 80 mm, face to face



Environment Canada has announced wind and rainfall in Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Howe Sound, the November storm has taken to the coast.

The hit on the south coast had to face Sunday afternoon. Rain will shake up on Monday.

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A warning of the 80th millimeter rainfall on Tuesday in North Shore is applied to the north-eastern parts of Metro Vancouver (including Coquitlam and Maple Ridge) and in the west of Fraser Valley.

Southwest Vancouver, Richmond and Delta include wind speeds, with wind speeds of about 70 kilometers per day.

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In addition, the storm is predicted to reach a tide of the king when natural forces generate annual tides.

King Tides and Weather Storms have been combined to create limited floods in small areas.

"The strong southern slope will collide with large cliffs and increase the level of water level (storm rise) to areas near the shoreline," he warns.

Metro Vancouver continues to be a unique expression of the weather, with strong winds and rainfall on Sunday and allowing storms on Monday and Tuesday.

Haida Gwaii wind reports, along with northern and western parts of Vancouver Island.

The locals plan to get the first taste of the Sunday storm, with 90 kilometers of winds that last, and at 110 km of afternoon to taste.

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