A rainfall warning is now in effect for the entire BC Peace Region, and believe it or not Environment Canada is predicting we could get more rain today and tomorrow, than we’ve had since the month began.


The June precipitation total to date is just over 60 millimeters.

However, the weather bureau is now calling for 15 millimeters today…between 20 and 30 more tonight, and then 30 to 40 more tomorrow.

So if the high end total of those estimates becomes a reality, it would put the monthly precipitation total up to about 145 millimeters, and more than double the local area, June average.

It would also put the year-to-date total over 340 millimeters, and more than 140 ahead of the local average for the first six months of the year.