Rain and wind warnings have been put in place for parts of the province as a third storm is expected to hit the coast.
It’s forecasted this is the final one in a recent string of storms.
Rainfall warnings are in place for the Howe Sound and North Coast inland sections, while wind warnings are in place for coastal sections of the Central Coast, Haida Gwaii, and coastal sections of the north coast.
Here in the Lower Mainland it’s expected nothing intense will hit the south coast, with chances of showers and partial clouds in the short term forecast.
“While we’re still going to get a wet Thanksgiving, the remnants of Oho are pretty much over with.”
It was originally shaping up to be a wet long weekend with the last remnants of Hurricane Oho passing through, but now we’re learning it won’t be too bad.
Meteorologist Colin Fung with Environment Canada says most of the rain which battered the north and central coast last night is now in the province’s rearview mirror.
“The weather pattern itself now has kind of settled down and we’re more into a normal weather pattern. So the moisture isn’t going to be as extraordinary and it’s not going to be of that same tropical nature.”
Fung says the forecast still calls for 15 to 25 millimetres in rain today and more on the mountains, but nothing the Wet Coast can’t handle.