Tuesday, July 9th 2019, 8:34 am - A second day of thunderstorm risk Tuesday points the way to an incoming deluge
Some summer thunderstorms fired up in the B.C. Interior Monday, and there's more of the same ahead Tuesday. Beyond, an unrelated, moisture-laden system is set to make the midweek very thoroughly waterlogged. A drier end to the week looks to be in store afterward, but a cooler and more unsettled pattern lurks thereafter. For a closer look at what to expect, read on below.
- More thunderstorm risk in the Interior Tuesday, mostly non-severe.
- Pacific low makes for a rainy Wednesday, lasting into Thursday for some
- Flood warning was issued for the Chilcotin River near Williams Lake, B.C.
- Drier end to the week, but unsettled and cooler pattern beckons for next week
- Stay up-to-date on the ALERTS in your area
WATCH BELOW: BIG WAVE OF MOISTURE INBOUND
Monday had its share of non-severe storms, and Tuesday also features some storm risk across central B.C., particularly the Prince George and Quesnel areas.
Just like Monday, Tuesday's storms are expected to be largely non-severe, with the risk peaking in the afternoon before subsiding for good into the evening.