Rivers Forecast To Rise Above 100-Year Level In Flooded British Columbia Communities

 Tuesday, May 15, 2018

 CBC

After a week of flooding, some communities in B.C.’s southern Interior have been warned things could get worse later this week. By Monday afternoon, close to 2,000 people had been ordered to evacuate from their homes and another 2,600 were on alert, ready to leave if things take a sudden turn, according to the River Forecast Centre. With both rain and warm sunny weather in the forecast and plenty of snow left in the mountains to melt, several rivers are forecast to rise above the 100-year level by Friday ... .
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