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Barring some extreme, record-setting rain, flooding in Okanagan Lake is extremely unlikely this year
High snowpack and rain may cause flooding in areas of the South Okanagan - Similkameen
Bamfield still waiting for promised road upgrades after fatal bus crash last September
Local state of emergency declared in Cowichan Valley
Heavy rains and spring runoff combined to push floodwaters to levels not seen in 70 years in and around Grand Forks last week.
Hotels fill up as RDOS seeks emergency lodging; residents with medical needs should self-evacuate now
A bridge has collapsed along Shuttleworth Creek in Okanagan Falls
An evacuation order has been issued due to flooding in Okanagan Falls
BC wildfire crews redeployed but flood recovery efforts continue
Okanagan Lake level dropped 1.3 centimetres from yesterday and is now at 343.067 above sea level
Christy Clark pays low-key vistis to Penticton, Summerland and Central Okanagan Tuesday.
The event will feature 1,200 swimmers and go July 15 despite the high level of Okanagan Lake.
Wind and rain in forecast add to Central Okanagan flooding concerns
Expected temperatures of 30 C could send more melted snow water flowing down already swollen creeks.
Crews are clearing windfall from streams and inspecting and assessing flood protection measures
Wind could create more flooding issues
Slope stability testing on Monday has allowed residents affected by landslide to return to their homes
“We are expecting to see is unprecedented water levels …”
Flood waters force evacuations in the Lower Nicola region.
About 90 residences remain evacuated in Kelowna; some creeks going down, others remain high