Environment Canada issued a warning of wind and rain to Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and Howe Sound as storm & # 39; November on the coast.
The agency says that intense front is expected to hit the southern coast on Sunday evening. The rain will be heavy night on Sunday and persist throughout Monday.
The warning, which anticipates the build up to 80 millimeters & # 39; rain until Tuesday, applies to North Shore, Northeast parts & # 39; Metro Vancouver – including Coquitlam and Maple Ridge – and West Fraser Valley.
The southwestern & # 39; Metro Vancouver, which includes Richmond and Delta, also faces a wind warning, painfully up to 70 kilometers per hour for Monday.
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Moreover, the storm is expected to arrive during the religious tide – a period when natural forces produce the highest tides of the year.
The combination of & # 39; real tides and stormy weather have been known to create limited flooding in & # 39; in shallow areas.
"The strong southern wind will coincide with & # 39; high tides and can produce levels & # 39; higher than normal water levels (storm) to near shore areas," read the warning.
The rest of & # 39; & # 39 Metro Vancouver continues; under special weather statement, b & # 39; strong HAWI and rain on Sunday and early on Monday morning and the possibility of & # 39; of the three storms on Tuesday.
Wind warnings are also in place to Haida Gwaii with the northern parts and west of the island & # 39; Vancouver.
Those regions are predicted to get a first taste of the Sunday Storm, b & # 39; rilejn to 90 kilometers per hour and b & # 39; taste & # 39; 110 kilometers per hour in the evening.
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