The latest in a series of weather events is predicted to lash parts of British Columbia.
Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for parts of the south coast and southern Interior.
The statements for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Howe Sound and the Sunshine Coast say rainfall amounts of 75 to 120 millimetres is on the way Saturday evening and will continue through to Monday.
This is the second so-called atmospheric river to sweep over B.C. in the last four weeks and it’s expected to arrive as snow in the Boundary region, East and West Columbia, Kootenay Lake and the West Kootenay.
Up to 20 centimetres of snow is expected to accumulate before ending on Sunday morning in those regions.
The weather office says the freezing level will rise in areas expecting heavy rain and that combined with melting snow can result in high stream levels and flooding.
— The Canadian Press