Storm-watchers rejoice: the triple-dip La Niña will likely bring some ragers this fall.
While that is exciting for those of us who love a good soaking, it’s tough news for things like infrastructure and low-lying neighbourhoods.
And remember the barge that washed up in Vancouver? It’s still there. Good times.
Brett Anderson is a senior meteorologist with AccuWeather. “For the third consecutive year, a La Niña will be in place this fall, which will likely impact the overall weather pattern for Canada this upcoming season and perhaps into winter,” he told the Daily Hive.
“An active, Pacific storm track is anticipated to be directed into British Columbia this fall, which will favour above-normal rainfall and cloudier, cool days.”
Wonderful. Get your gaiters ready.
On the bright side, the rain will dampen spicy fire conditions.
They don’t call us the Wet Coast for nothing!