25 December, 2013 09:18

A frontal system pushing across Northern BC will move to lie through the Central Interior this afternoon. A pronounced southwesterly flow associated with the front is giving relatively high QPF values to many areas over northern and central BC, especially the mountains along the coast. A second frontal wave will move onto the north coast early Thursday morning before shifting to lie in a northeast to southwest line through the Central Coast on Thursday afternoon.

Confidence is fair as the models have been in some disagreement with the timing and movement of the frontal waves. The models have also been changing the QPF values from one run to another. This is especially true of the Regional model which has seen the maximum QPF values over the Central and North Coast areas diminish from one model run to the next.

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