Province warns next 10 days could be quite challen

2022-04-05
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A series of storms in coming days and weeks is raising concerns for communities dealing?with roads already impacted by flooding and washouts.? British ColumbiansThe newspaper Le Journal de Dimanche that?who were forced to evacuate due to flooding are now entitled to $2,000 from the Red Cross — that’s in addition to other financial support programs. Canadian Pacific Railway resumed operations through B.C.?on Tuesday, and Canadian National Rail plans to resume rail traffic today. Non-essential travel restrictions remain in place for several areas of highway impacted by floods. Restaurants are running out of food and other supplies, which is impacting their bottom line after an already difficult two years. Recycle B.C.?is asking residents to hang on to glass and foam packaging as transportation delays have forced a temporary pause on collectionThe United States.?

British Columbia is bracing for more rainfall in the coming days and weeks as the province works to rebuild after unprecedented precipitation earlier this month.60?

Up to 80 millimetres of rain is forecast for Metro Vancouver, Howe Sound, Whistler and the Fraser Valley, starting this morning and continuing?until Friday.

Strong southeast winds near the water are also?predicted as part of this weather systemfederal governments in this country remain in power between elections so long as they maintai, and?freezing levels will rise above mountain tops, which could trigger snowmelt and worsen the flooding situation.?

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