Flood Warnings and Advisories
High Streamflow Advisory (DOWNGRADED) – Shuswap River
High Streamflow Advisory – South Thompson River
ENDED - High Streamflow Advisory - Salmon River, Okanagan, Central Interior, Similkameen, North Thompson, Thompson River
UPDATED: 11:30h May 28th, 2018
The following Advisories in the Central region are in effect or ended as of Monday, May 28th 11:30hr:
- High Streamflow Advisory (DOWNGRADED)– Shuswap River
- High Streamflow Advisory (MAINTAINED)– South Thompson River including Shuswap Lake
- High Streamflow Advisory (ENDED) - Salmon River near Falkland and Salmon River near Salmon Arm
- High Streamflow Advisory (ENDED) – Okanagan including Mission Creek and tributaries in the Vernon, Kelowna, Penticton, Oliver and surrounding areas
- High Streamflow Advisory (ENDED) – Similkameen River and tributaries including the Tulameen River
- High Streamflow Advisory (ENDED) – Central Interior including the Nicola River, Coldwater River, Bonaparte River, Guichon Creek and tributaries in the Merritt, Kamloops, Cache Creek and surrounding areas
- High Streamflow Advisory (ENDED)- North Thompson River and tributaries including the Clearwater River
- High Streamflow Advisory (ENDED)- Thompson River near Spences Bridge
With easing temperatures and diminished mid-elevation and upper-elevation snow packs, snow melt runoff has been decreasing and river levels have been declining. Cooler conditions are expected through this week, and river levels are expected to continue to recede.
On the Shuswap River, flows are slowly declining but remain high. Flows on the South Thompson River are still rising, however the rate of rise declined over the weekend; peak levels on the South Thompson River and Shuwsap Lake are expected to occur through this week, unless significant rainfall occurs in the next few weeks.
The River Forecast Centre will continue to monitor conditions and update this advisory as conditions warrant.
Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development
Tel: 250 356-7506
Levels of Warnings/Advisories: