Sunday, June 26, 2022

Heat Alerts for Terrace, Kitimat and other communities of North Coast Inland region

The First Heat Advisory for the Northwest
was issued today by Environment Canada

The Heat is On and for those in the Terrace/Kitimat region today and tomorrow Environment Canada has issued a Heat Advisory, which calls for temperatures into the Low Thirties for today and Monday

Along with the forecast for the next 48 hours, Environment Canada notes has offered guidance towards remaining   cautious during the first significant hot spell for the summer.

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The full advisory from Environment Canada can be reviewed here.

The Smithers/Bulkley Valley region has been issued a Special Weather Statement with much the same conditions in place.

The full Terrace/Kitimat forecast is available here

The sudden rise in temperature has also provided cause for a reminder towards the snow pack and potential for a quick melt that could impact on area rivers and streams and generate landslides in alpine areas.

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For updates on those ares of note, you can access the latest information below

Rivers Forecast Centre for British Columbia

Avalanche Canada

For Prince Rupert, the sun is shining as well, however our temperatures while hot by Prince Rupert standards, the forecast for the next week is not in the scope of any Heat Warning status.

Past weather notes for the region can be reviewed from our archive page.

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