“Flow conditions in Okanagan creeks remain relatively high due to the combination of delayed snowmelt and recent heavy rain over the past few weeks,” reads the advisory.
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“Creeks are at risk for sudden rises and potential flooding if heavy rain occurs within a watershed. The magnitude and location of rainfall associated with thunderstorms is difficult to predict precisely in advance.”
The public is advised to stay clear of fast-flowing rivers, and potentially unstable riverbanks, during the high streamflow period.
The River Forecast Centre says it will continue to monitor weather conditions and will provide updates.