Track All The BC Flood Watches, Flood Warnings & Evacuation Orders On This Emergency Map

Multiple evacuation orders, flood watches and flood warnings are currently in place across B.C. as the province continues to experience widespread flooding.

The cities of Merritt, Abbotsford and Chilliwack have all issued evacuated orders for some — or all — of their residents.

EmergencyInfoBC is maintaining an emergency map of all these evacuation orders, as well as all the current flood watches and flood warnings that are in place across much of Lower Mainland and Interior B.C.

In addition to the flooding, a "fairly major fire event" struck roughly 100 RVs at a dealership in Abbotsford on Wednesday morning.

Abbotsford's Police Chief Mike Serr also issued a warning to people not to kayak in the "toxic" floodwaters after four people were rescued on Tuesday.

Parts of B.C. continue to be cut off from the rest of Canada, including all major routes to Vancouver.

Parts of B.C. are having their hottest December day on record, according to a meteorologist at The Weather Network.

Tyler Hamilton, who is based in Vancouver, said that a temperature of 20.4 C was recorded in the Okanagan on Wednesday, December 1.

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A winter weather forecast for 2021/22 just dropped and B.C. is getting hit by even more stormy weather. Snow is going to come down throughout the province — even in the usually snow-free city of Vancouver.

The Weather Network's forecast said that "a stormy pattern is expected to continue across southern B.C. through the winter season," which is going to bring lots of snow to the mountains, especially.

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A long-range B.C. weather forecast has predicted that after more storms, the holiday season is set to be dry.

The province has been inundated with extreme rainfall in November but, according to the Farmers' Almanac long-range forecast, people in B.C. are going to be blessed with good weather to get outside over the holidays.

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A Couple In BC Returned To Their Home After The Floods & It's Heartbreaking To Watch (VIDEO)

They only had 15 minutes to grab what they could and evacuate.

A couple in B.C. were forced to evacuate their home after extreme weather and flooding, and they returned to find a huge mess.

Dylan Bullock and his girlfriend Maria Cihlar live in Merritt and were finally able to return last week after being gone for eight days, but it was a heartbreaking look at their home.

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