Wednesday, November 30, 2022

WIND WARNING issued for North Coast Coastal regions

The Cold weather currently settled in over the North Coast is going to feel just a little bit colder, with Environment Canada issuing a WIND WARNING for the coastal regions, with winds gusting up to 110 km per hour through to this evening.

The same is forecast for the Central Coast of British Columbia.

The Cold Snap continues through to Saturday when temperatures begin to moderate to above Zero, but with that comes the potential for snow flurries into next week.

Further inland the Terrace/Kitimat region remains under an Arctic Outflow Warning with windchill temperatures of at least minus 20 through the day today.

Further to the south, it has been a chaotic overnight period for the Vancouver area, with a quick view of your morning TV news from the Lower Mainland, or on twitter,  highlighting how the snow has created transportation issues across that region.

The snow has moved east for the most part, with the Vancouver area set to tackle the snow clean up.

More notes on past weather events can be explored from our archive page.

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