Residents of B.C. brace for next "atmospheric river" following historic flooding 1

Residents of B.C. brace for next “atmospheric river” following historic flooding


Residents of British Columbia have been warned of another potential "atmospheric river" on its way. Dan Riskin explains.

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  1. Thats so scary… i cant swim i would have drowned. πŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈπŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈπŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ

    1. @The Messiah’s Government Of Intelligence there’s plenty of land. The reason it was drained was not for housing it was for creation of farmland which is very important. What that other guy said is very reasonable and you don’t need to be a bully.

  2. Jus imagine the β€œbig expensive” cost of cleaning this up and repairing the coquihalla will be. Get real policies finally.

  3. What’s next? “Atmospheric Tsunami”? If you’re going to make up a new name for heavy rainfall, at least incorporate the word “Moist”.

    1. This term has been around for years – just because you aren’t aware of it doesn’t make this a new thing. It’s just a more intense pineapple express from Hawaii.

  4. Happens like every 30 years or so. The last time was in the 90s they know but don’t do anything because it costs money.

  5. Funny they coin a new term “Atmospheric river” , then suddenly floods everywhere, and highways strategically destroyed separating the off grid country from the cities , as a mass exodus of citizens is occurring.

    1. lol just cause you could comprehend it doesnt change the amount of water vapor in the sky. Not surprising since spell seems to difficult for you.

  6. Arctic Cyclones…, will they be around when the Arctic Ocean gathers heat in the summer…, 2025, perhaps…

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