Thursday, October 3, 2013
It might get a little wet and windy over the next few days...
Keep the umbrellas and rain gear nearby, another pacific front is making its way towards the north coast. The weather system set to arrive in the afternoon will bring wind through the day today and rain, a fair amount of it, for the next few days.
Fall weather is clearly on the way, as The Weather Network website outlines that North Coast could see some 190 mm of precipitation between Thursday to Monday.
Thursday's forecast, which heralds the start of the system's arrival has the wind picking up through the day, with southeasterly winds gusting to 90 km/h tonight, diminishing in the overnight period.
The wet forecast continues on into the next week, with periods of rain anticipated for Tuesday and into Wednesday.
You can review the full forecast from Environment Canada here, for those that prefer their weather from The Weather Network, their forecast can be found here.
Environment Canada issued a Wind Warning for Haida Gwaii and the North Coast at 10:49 on Thursday morning. Increasing the anticipated wind gusts to near 110 km/h
BC Ferries issued a Service Notice for Thursday, advising that the afternoon sailing of the Northern Expedition was to be postponed until at least 6 AM Friday morning at the earliest.