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B.C. to experience a ‘parade of storms’ as atmospheric rivers make landfall

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Environment Canada says a “parade of storms” is going to make landfall over B.C. in the coming days bringing a lot of rain to many parts of the province.

Environment and Climate Change Canada’s warning preparedness meteorologist, Armel Castellan, said Monday while there will be rain over the next few days, the next storm of concern is Thursday. “The forecast going forward for the South Coast is very wet,” Castellan said.

He said about five to 10 millimetres is expected to fall Monday and into Tuesday, which will then be followed by a small break.

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