Severe thunderstorm warning ended for northeastern Metro Vancouver
Environment Canada has ended a severe thunderstorm warning for eastern parts of the region.
The agency issued the warning around 1:30 p.m., but rescinded it just an hour and a half later.
It was the second time in as many days that Environment Canada issued a thunderstorm warning for parts of the region..
Environment Canada said a line of heavy showers was stretching from Coquitlam to Langley and was moving slowly eastward Saturday afternoon.
It said downpours of up to 25 millimetres per hour were possible and thunderstorms and hail were also a possibility.
The agency warned of potential flash flooding along with water pooling on roads.
The alert came after Maple Ridge and other parts of Metro Vancouver were pounded by a sudden thunderstorm on Friday.
In that case, a storm cell formed over Maple Ridge, where it sat for nearly three hours dumping rain.
The storm caused flooding in a number of areas and transformed some streets into virtual rivers.
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