|A steady stream of precipitation will make its arrival overnight and through|
much of Monday, as the North Coast prepares for the potential of up to
100 mm of rain through to Tuesday
What appears to be a significant atmospheric stream of precipitation is on its way to the North Coast, wth Environment Canada anticipating rainfall amounts near 90 to 100 mm before Tuesday morning for many areas of the region.
Along with the extensive period of rain will come some wind, with Southeast winds blowing in at 50 km/h with to up 70km/h gusts over exposed areas at times during the height of the weather's arrival.
As the weather system prepares to make its way eastward first passing over Haida Gwaii before reaching the North Coast the first of the Rainfall Warnings have been issued.
Though interestingly for residents of the Prince Rupert area, the first communities to be put on alert were the Kitimat, Terrace region, which suggests a potential landfall further south on the North Coast.
Those notes include a potential rainfall of 60 mm near Terrace and 90 mm further to the south in the Kitimat region.