|An approaching weather system could|
make for windy and wet conditions
through to the end of the week
Update: Wind Warning issued for North Coast and Haida Gwaii
Always unpredictable, November's weather patterns are apparently set to deliver wallop to British Columbia over the next few days.
With Environment Canada issuing a Special Weather Statement outlining the timetable of nasty weather set to arrive in the region for Thursday and Friday.
The notice was posted to the Environment Canada website at just before 2 PM on Wednesday.
For the North Coast and Haida Gwaii the strongest of the approaching winds will be in the overnight period of Wednesday and into Thursday morning, with strong winds to continue through Thursday afternoon and onward towards Friday.
Along with the winds, moderate amounts of rainfall and potential snow further inland are expected.
|Click to enlarge Weather Statement|
Further updates related to potential wind speeds and precipitation amounts will be issued as the storm approaches the British Columbia coast.
You can keep up to date on the progress of the weather system from the Environment Canada website.
As well, road conditions, ferry transportation and air travel could be affected, we'll offer updates on those areas as well as conditions warrant over the next few days.
You can review some of the past weather related events on the North Coast from our archive page.