The River Forecast Centre is upgrading to, or maintaining a Flood Warning for:
- Lower Thompson including Cache Creek, Deadman River, Criss Creek, Bonaparte River and surrounding areas around Cache Creek and Skeetchestn
The River Forecast Centre is upgrading to, or maintaining a Flood Watch for:
- Middle Fraser including plateau areas around Quesnel, Williams Lake, Lhoosk’uz Dene
(including Baker Creek, Cottonwood River, San Jose River) and surrounding areas
- Nazko River and West Road River
- South Interior including remaining areas in the Lower Thompson, Salmon River and
The River Forecast Centre is upgrading to, or maintaining a High Streamflow Advisory for:
- The Northern Interior, including the Upper Fraser including plateau areas around Prince George (including Chilako River,
Chuchinka River, Salmon River and surrounding areas)
The River Forecast Centre continues to monitor conditions and provide updates. For the current River Forecast Centre information, see the River Forecast Centre Map.
- Follow all directions from your Local Authority or First Nation
- Stay clear of fast-flowing rivers and potentially unstable riverbanks
- Avoid recreational activities such as fishing, swimming, boating or hiking near high streamflow rivers or streams
- Remember, fast-moving water can easily trap strong swimmers, increasing risk of drowning
- For updates on Flood Advisories: River Forecast Centre
- Latest travel and highway updates: DriveBC
- For weather alerts: Environment and Climate Change Canada
For more information on how to prepare for a flood, visit PreparedBC.
A High Streamflow Advisory means that river levels are rising or expected to rise rapidly. Fast-flowing bodies of water increase risk to life safety. Minor flooding in low-lying areas is possible.
A Flood Watch means that river levels are rising and will approach or may exceed bank-full. Flooding of areas adjacent to affected rivers may occur.
A Flood Warning means that river levels have exceeded bank-full or will exceed bank-full imminently, and that flooding of areas adjacent to the rivers affected will result.