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ping g30 Power is back on for most customers in the affected areas of the south Island with fewer than 1

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ping g30 Power is back on for most customers in the affected areas of the south Island with fewer than 1

Two pedestrians killed in separate accidents Monday as storm hits Metro Vancouver

METRO VANCOUVER Two pedestrians were killed, one in Richmond and one in Coquitlam, during Monday night’s heavy downpour. A number of BC Ferry sailings were also cancelled Tuesday morning due to the weather. No details on that victim’s identity were released.

Meanwhile, BC Ferries says it has cancelled more than two dozen sailings on seven different routes because of adverse weather.

Spokeswoman Deborah Marshall says major routes will resume, ping g25 irons, but she says the company is continuing to monitor for high winds expected in the evening.

She says drive on passengers who missed their sailings on BC Ferries’ three major routes between the Vancouver area and Vancouver Island were facing a one sailing wait.

Marshall says some customers gave up on waiting during the cancellations, which stopped the first round trip sailings for routes along the coast.

Environment Canada had issued a rainfall warning for Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and the Lower Mainland, ping g30 driver, predicting an "extraordinary" rain event lasting until Thursday morning.

Strong winds are also in the forecast, up to 60 km/h throughout Metro Vancouver. BC Hydro is reporting more than 22,000 customers are without power in the region, including the Sunshine Coast.

A wind warning for the Victoria region has ended but a rain and wind warning remains in effect for the east coast of Vancouver Island.

While the capital region was spared the worst of the storm, there has been flooding, power outages and cancelled ferries in other areas. sailings from Duke Point to Tsawwassen.

The ferries are now running on time.

The storm’s high winds also knocked out power to about 11,000 customers in the north Island and nearly 4, ping g25 irons,000 in the south Island earlier this morning.

Power is back on for most customers in the affected areas of the south Island with fewer than 1,000 left without electricity while the number without power in the North Island has grown closer to 12,000.

In Courtenay, ping g30 driver, there is flooding and the city is under a state of emergency. Hydro’s Stephen Watson said the Puntledge River watershed "has been hammered by the rain" and subsequent run off into the reservoir and downstream rivers.

The Comox Lake dam is on the Puntledge River, ping g30, just southwest of Courtenay. The Puntledge flows through Courtenay.

The last time Courtenay saw flooding was after storms in 2009 and 2010.

"It could be worse this time," Watson said. Hydro meteorologist, hydrologist and engineers are closely watching the Puntledge River as well as three hydroelectric dams on the Campbell River: The John Hart Dam, which holds back John Hart Lake; the Ladore Dam for Lower Campbell reservoir and the Strathcona Dam for Upper Campbell reservoir/Buttle Lake.

Environment Canada continues to have a wind warning in effect for Victoria.

In the Capital Region the sun is out. A mix of sun and cloud is expected to continue throughout the day with a high of 14 C.

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