A delayed spring could have a serious impact on B.C.'s flooding season

A delayed spring could have a serious impact on B.C.'s flooding season
A delayed spring could have a serious impact on B.C.'s flooding season

A delayed flooding season across British Columbia is possible due to a cold spring that has prolonged the melt of snow on the mountains.

Our winter pattern also played a crucial role in how we got here, and all of this will dictate how the flooding forecast looks over the coming months.

In the video above, The Weather Network’s Jaclyn Whittal outlines what June and July could mean for the province as the snow begins to melt.

Visit our Complete Guide to Summer 2022 for an in-depth look at the Summer Forecast, tips to plan for it and much more!

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