Open resource: SPN Weather page. The following warning has been issued by Environment Canada.
Rain, at times heavy, is expected.
A vigorous frontal system will stall across Vancouver Island today bringing copious rainfall to western and inland sections of Vancouver Island until Thursday afternoon.
Rainfall amounts exceeding 150 mm are forecast for West Vancouver Island. Amounts exceeding 100 mm are forecast for Inland Vancouver Island.
Heavy downpours can cause flash floods and water pooling on roads. Localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible.
Short term forecast for Sooke
Looking at WindTV on the SPN Weather page, Sooke will be somewhat impacted by the rainfall with heavier rains expected on Thursday. Moving northwest increases the impact, with Port Renfrew expecting to see more rainfall.[wunderground location=”http://www.wunderground.com/q/zmw:00000.2.71780″ numdays=”4″ measurement=”c” iconset=”Contemporary” layout=”table-vertical” hidedata=”search”]
BC Storm Tracker
There has been the equivalent of 37.6 mm of precipitation since Mon 15:00 at "Prince Rupert Airport" #BCStorm— WX Prince Rupert (@wc_princerupert) August 20, 2019
Is the storm in Northern BC moving South towards Southern BC or towards Alberta? @ensembleator @50ShadesofVan… https://t.co/tod488FIK9— Southern BC Weather (@valley_weather) August 20, 2019
04:56 EnvCanada ended warning #Rainfall #Sandspit #BCStorm https://t.co/djrvowEWZS— Sandspit (@ECAlertBC88) August 20, 2019
04:56 EnvCanada issued warning #Rainfall #Stewart #BCStorm https://t.co/soRy8xean1— Stewart (@ECAlertBC73) August 20, 2019
04:56 EnvCanada ended warning #Rainfall #Masset #BCStorm https://t.co/4ouXFTgUi9— Masset (@ECAlertBC56) August 20, 2019