B.C. Premier John Horgan will visit areas affected by the wildfires today.
Horgan will be joined by Minister of Forests Doug Donaldson as they travel to Kamloops, Cache Creek, Ashcroft and Kelowna.
The premier recently extended B.C.’s state of emergency to Sept. 1 as crews continue to battle more than 100 wildfires in the interior.
The weekend was particularly challenging for firefighters battling the flames as temperatures soared past 30 C. The hot temperatures are expected to continue throughout the week.
An aggressive wildfire that broke out in Joe Rich forced the evacuation of hundreds of homes this weekend. That order was partially rescinded on Sunday afternoon, and about 120 orders were rescinded on Monday morning, but roughly 380 residents remain on evacuation order due to the so-called Philpott Road Wildfire.
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Meanwhile, a two-hectare wildfire has broken out near Squamish.
The fire is burning along a forest service road.
It’s not yet known when it started.
— With files from CKNW