Monday, December 2nd 2019, 8:02 pm - While November was drier than normal, the first days of December offer a return to form.
November is behind us, B.C., and with the measurements now in, it was quite the dichotomy across the province.
Southern B.C. wasn't bone-dry, but still below average, with Victoria's 50 mm for the month being only a third of normal. Contrast to central and northern B.C., which had above-average rainfall, such that Fort St. John had a rainier November than parts of Vancouver Island.
We're into December now, and Weather Network meteorologist Tyler Hamilton says the first 10 days of the month will have waves of rain, with breaks here and there. Watch his analysis up above for a more complete picture.