1. As heat wave looms across much of BC, warnings issued for heavy rains, flood risks  CBC.ca
  2. Hot temperatures, weather warnings in B.C. weekend forecast  Global News
  3. Risks of heat illness and increased stream flows as Interior enters first hot stretch of summer: Environment Canada  CFJC Today Kamloops
  4. Special weather statement: Vancouver will see temperatures higher than 30°C this weekend | News  Daily Hive
  5. Rain, impending heat wave prompt warning and raise flood potential in B.C.  Williams Lake Tribune
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Weather forecasters say the year's first hot spell is about to settle over much of the province, bringing temperatures in the low to mid-30s, raising concerns of rapid snowmelt and flood risks.Weather forecasters say the year's first hot spell is about to settle over much of the province, bringing temperatures in the low to mid-30s, raising concerns of rapid snowmelt and flood risks.

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On Wednesday, with hot temperatures in the forecast, Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for almost the entire province.On Wednesday, with hot temperatures in the forecast, Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for almost the entire province.

Hot temperatures, weather warnings in B.C. weekend forecast | Globalnews.ca

On Wednesday, with hot temperatures in the forecast, Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for almost the entire province.

Hot temperatures, weather warnings in B.C. weekend forecast | Globalnews.ca

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It won't take long for B.C.’s first heat event of the summer to arrive, with temperatures in the upper 20s and even low 30s headed for the South Coast this weekend. It won't take long for B.C.’s first heat event of the summer to arrive, with temperatures in the upper 20s and even low 30s headed for the South Coast this weekend.

The Weather Network - Summer arrives ahead of B.C.’s first heat event of the season

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement for the Metro Vancouver region in June 2022. Have a look at the full forecast for the summer.A special weather statement has been issued by Environment Canada.

Vancouver weather: First heat wave of the season coming - Richmond News

First hot stretch of the summer for the BC Interior starts Saturday.First hot stretch of the summer for the BC Interior starts Saturday.

First stretch of summer heat coming to BC Interior - Prince George Citizen

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A special weather statement for heat is in effect, with higher than normal temperatures expected this weekend in Metro Vancouver.

A special weather statement for heat is in effect, with higher than normal temperatures expected this weekend in Metro Vancouver. | Vancouver Sun

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Five days of sunshine to kick off summer season, starting ThursdayFive days of sunshine to kick off summer season, starting Thursday

Here comes the sun: Vancouver Island finally slated for summer temperatures – Nanaimo News Bulletin

Forecasters are calling for a heat wave to hit B.C. on the weekend which could lead to flooding in parts of the province. Forecasters are calling for a heat wave to hit B.C. on the weekend which could lead to flooding in parts of the province. Weather across the province has been much colder and wetter than this time last year when a heat wave pushed temperatures above 30 degrees. The cool, wet weather has

Heat wave and peak snow melt expected to collide in B.C. in coming days

Tuesday marks the official first day of summer, and after the severe drought the province faced last year, people’s curiosity is peaking about what this summer will bring. Environment Canada Meteorologist, Terri Lang was able to shed some light on the early projections for this summer in the Moose Jaw area. “It’s showing an equal chance of it either being colder than average or warmer than average,” says Lang. “That’s sort of a non-forecast, but there’s not a strong enough signal.” “If had to put some money down, I’d say it would probably be more on the cooler side than anything else just looking at the pattern, it’s supposed to be warmer in the arctic, warmer down east, and over British Columbia and most of Manitoba cooler than average,” adds Lang. googletag.cmd.push(function() { if($(document).width()<900) { s = googletag.defineSlot('/50748803/dmj-all-bigbox', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-1648064270259-bb1'); s.setTargeting('URL', [window.location.pathname]); s.addService(googletag.pubads()); googletag.pubads().refresh([s], {changeCorrelator: false}); } }); In terms of exact precipitation and temperature forecasts, Lang could not provide those details and wanted to emphasize that the information given is just a projection and in no way guaranteed. “Our ability to forecast precipitation patterns seasonally is not that great, almost up there with throwing darts and that’s not taking away from any of the scientists, but it’s not a skill we’re all that good at unless we have something really solid to hang our hats on like a strong El Nino.” Lang notes that this year’s spring has been a lot drier and cooler than average, and that pattern may continue for parts of the summer. “We still have the La Nina hanging around in the south pacific, and that’s the one that gave us the cold winter and dreary, cold spring. It was forecasted to dissipate, but it’s still hanging on there.” googletag.cmd.push(function() { if($(document).width()<900) { s = googletag.defineSlot('/50748803/dmj-all-bigbox', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-1648064270259-bb2'); s.setTargeting('URL', [window.location.pathname]); s.addService(googletag.pubads()); googletag.pubads().refresh([s], {changeCorrelator: false}); } }); This spring, the distribution of rain has been mostly in the southeastern side of the province with cities like Yorkton and Estevan combining for 271 mm of rain in May. On the other side of the province, Swift Current was a lot drier, with a below-average month of precipitation. Lang says this is the reason storm systems in the province are so hard to track. “Most of our precipitation on the prairies comes from thunderstorms and shower activity, not from really well-organized systems in the summer. Those are very hard to forecast.” Moving forward into this summer southeastern Saskatchewan into western Manitoba is expected to be wetter than average with large amounts of rain continuing into the summer. googletag.cmd.push(function() { if($(document).width()<900) { s = googletag.defineSlot('/50748803/dmj-all-bigbox', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-1648064270259-bb3'); s.setTargeting('URL', [window.location.pathname]); s.addService(googletag.pubads()); googletag.pubads().refresh([s], {changeCorrelator: false}); } }); The summer prior was detrimental to the province, as continuous heat waves and little rain in southern Saskatchewan caused many problems, and Lang says that it’s too hard to forecast if the same thing will happen again. In the month of May, Moose Jaw received 61 millimetres of precipitation, which is a big jump from the 48.8 mm average usually seen in the city. Almost half of the rain fell on May 13, when 33.5 mm of precipitation hit the community, with the rest scattered throughout the month. Environment Canada says it was the 41st wettest month out of 127 years of data. Since May 13, the Moose Jaw area has only seen 16.1 mm, with only 1.3 mm of rain seen in the first 21 days of June. googletag.cmd.push(function() { if($(document).width()<900) { s = googletag.defineSlot('/50748803/dmj-all-bigbox', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-1648064270259-bb4'); s.setTargeting('URL', [window.location.pathname]); s.addService(googletag.pubads()); googletag.pubads().refresh([s], {changeCorrelator: false}); } });

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A blanket of special weather statements across B.C. from Environment Canada alerted locals they should brace for "the first hot stretch of summer."A blanket of special weather statements across B.C. from Environment Canada alerted locals they should brace for "the first hot stretch of summer."

B.C. weather: Warmer-than-average temperatures | CTV News

Get your tank tops out — it's about to get sweltering hot in Vancouver this weekend, with temperatures forecast to hit the low 30s.Get your tank tops out — it's about to get sweltering hot in Vancouver this weekend, with temperatures forecast to hit the low 30s.

Turn the AC on: Vancouver will see temps higher than 30°C this weekend | News

There may be more wet weather for the first day of summer on Tuesday, but there's likely a long stretch of sunny and hot days ahead.

Vancouver Weather: Chance of showers | Vancouver Sun

Kelowna weather, local weather forecast for Kelowna, British Columbia.Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warning of high temperatures across most of British Columbia. D...

Warning of 'snowpack instability' as most of BC set to experience heatwave

The temperature is set to spike to 31 C inland in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, which also marks one year since B.C.'s deadly heat dome.

Metro Vancouver weather: Temperatures set to soar this weekend | Vancouver Sun

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement Wednesday morning stating that the first heat of the season this week.Environment Canada issued a special weather statement Wednesday morning stating that the first heat of the season this week.

Special weather statement issued for Greater Victoria’s first hot stretch of the season

As we welcome the new season, after a cool, wet spring, what can we expect weather-wise over the next few months?As we welcome the new season, after a cool, wet spring, what can we expect weather-wise over the next few months?

Here's what BC can expect weather-wise this summer | News

Temperatures expected to reach mid 30Cs in much of the province by SundayTemperatures expected to reach mid 30Cs in much of the province by Sunday

Arrival of summer’s first hot weather sparks special weather statement for much of B.C. – Chilliwack Progress

Even though it's going to feel sweltering this weekend, the waters off Vancouver will remain very cool.Even though it's going to feel sweltering this weekend, the waters off Vancouver will remain very cool.

First hot stretch of summer coming to Metro Vancouver | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

VANCOUVER - Environment Canada says the first hot spell of the year is about to settle over much of British Columbia, bringing temperatures in the low...VANCOUVER - Environment Canada says the first hot spell of the year is about to settle over much of British Columbia, bringing temperatures in the low...

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Low 30s over weekend, says special weather statementLow 30s over weekend, says special weather statement

Summer’s 1st hot stretch coming to Lower Mainland, warns Environment Canada – Abbotsford News

It’s a sunny, seasonal start to the week with a high of 24 C before the risk of rain returns along with rising temperatures.

Weather: Sunny, 24 C Monday, chance of showers Tuesday | Canada.Com

If you've been lamenting cooler temperatures in Vancouver, the weather is expected to heat up significantly over the next week.If you've been lamenting cooler temperatures in Vancouver, the weather is expected to heat up significantly over the next week.

Vancouver could see heat dome-like weather within the next week | News

Vancouver: summer weather is about to arrive – and just in time for the weekend. Stock up on sunscreen and hit the beach!Vancouver: summer weather is about to arrive – and just in time for the weekend. Stock up on sunscreen and hit the beach!

Vancouver summer weather will finally arrive next weekend | News

A blanket of special weather statements across B.C. from Environment Canada is alerting locals they should brace for "the first hot stretch of summer."A blanket of special weather statements across B.C. from Environment Canada is alerting locals they should brace for "the first hot stretch of summer."

B.C. weather forecast: Most of province told to brace for '1st hot stretch of summer'

After an unusually cool spring, the Vancouver weather forecast finally has some high temperatures and sun in sight. The spring season is coming to a close, and although it felt like one long winter, the start to the summer looks bright.Do people in Vancouver remember what the sun looks like?

Vancouver Weather Is Finally Looking Up This Week & It's Just In Time For Summer - Narcity

"Summer is not cancelled by any means ... we just have to be a bit more patient this go around," says The Weather Network's Tyler Hamilton.

BC weather: Summer starts on Tuesday ... so where's the warm sunshine? | Vancouver Sun