Several areas of British Columbia were under flood warnings on Saturday, February 1 as a result of persistent rains that began on Thursday. As of now, warnings in areas such as Metro Vancouver have been lifted, while warnings remain for parts of Vancouver Island. During the disastrous weather events, local states of emergency were declared in the Cowichan Valley and the Fraser Valley. The B.C. floods caused significant damage around the province while also leading to road closures and evacuations in several areas.\nAccording to a tweet by ECCC Weather British Columbia, areas of the province received up to 371 millimetres of rain from Thursday afternoon to Saturday morning. The Abbotsford area received 119 millimetres and Squamish got 166 millimetres.\nGlobal News explains that the North Shore and Metro Vancouver were under flood watch until Saturday, February 1 and many roads in surrounding areas were closed as a result.\nThough most roads opened later in the weekend, a number of parks and trails remained closed.\nBoth Port Coquitlam and the City of Maple Ridge tweeted out warnings for locals to stay away from flooded areas as a result of safety concerns for both people in cars and on foot.\nSeveral municipalities and individuals shared footage and photographs of the flooding and the images range from concerning to absolutely terrifying.\nRainfall warnings have been ended for most of the south coast, but continue for Hope and the Fraser Canyon. Here's a summary of some rainfall totals up to 4 am today. https://t.co/WpF9mS1RPM #BCstorm pic.twitter.com/GUTyAYOZng— ECCC Weather British Columbia (@ECCCWeatherBC) February 1, 2020\nPhotos and videos emerged of Highway 101, which was seriously damaged by washout.\nCLOSED - 1800 block Lower Road at #BCHwy101 due to washout. Detour via Joe Road. #RobertsCreek #Gibsons @SunshineCoastRD @TranBC @TranBC_LMD @COAST_RCMP pic.twitter.com/viqczuo8Wk— Capilano Highways (@CapHwy) February 1, 2020\n#GoldenEars Park road will be closed until we complete an assessment of overnight water damage from the #BCStorm. There is at least one washout with the road surface undercut. We will update asap. pic.twitter.com/3tNb5XY2Fi— Alouette Parks (@AlouetteParks) February 1, 2020\nhttps://www.reddit.com/r/britishcolumbia/comments/exc1hq/be_careful_out_there_this_morning_lower_road_in/ from https://www.reddit.com/r/britishcolumbia\nOn Sunday, Alouette Parks tweeted that the road had been reopened. “Park road is now open with a detour around the washed-out section. Please keep out of closed areas as the road and ground surfaces are undercut and dangerous,” they wrote.\nVideos of Lynn Creek's frightening waterlevel and speed were shared online as well.\nhttps://www.reddit.com/r/britishcolumbia/comments/exa1bb/the_speed_at_lynn_creek_this_morning_is_pretty/ from https://www.reddit.com/r/britishcolumbia\nhttps://www.reddit.com/r/britishcolumbia/comments/ewyw8k/30_foot_pool_taken_tonight_this_is_lynn_creek_in/ from https://www.reddit.com/r/britishcolumbia\n"The speed at Lynn Creek this morning is pretty scary!," wrote one redditor. "30 Foot Pool taken tonight. This is Lynn Creek in a flood stage," wrote another.\nVIDEO via @DriveBC - Rockwell Drive closed due to washout and debris between Dogwood Lane and Rockwell Lane. Assessment in progress. Detour not available. Access until Green Point. Check DriveBC for updates: https://t.co/Nx9BW7pygb #agassizBC #BCflood pic.twitter.com/hVpRYB9ugv— BC Transportation (@TranBC) February 3, 2020\nAnother jarring video from the District of Kent was shared by BC Transportation showing an entire road washed out with massive damages on account of the flooding.\nHundreds of individuals were also stranded at a ski resort in the Fraser Valley and many of them were saved by helicopter.