Rainfall totals of up to 90 millimetres is expected for sections near the mountains, while areas over the southern sections are forecast to receive up to 50 millimetres around Metro Vancouver.
#Rainfall #Warning continues: Downpours may again lead to localized #flooding across Metro #Vancouver today, as temperatures soar to near 10 degrees. Rain tapers to showers tonight and Friday, ahead of a cooler weekend pattern. #BCStorm @NEWS1130 @BT_Vancouver
— Russ Lacate (@NEWS1130Weather) January 3, 2019
In the Fraser Valley, rainfall totals are expected to range from 50 to 80 millimetres, with Hope expected to receive up to 100 millimetres.
The rain is supposed to ease up by Friday morning as the storm system moves out of the region.
You’re being warned of possible localized flooding or flash floods as a result of heavy downpours in low-lying areas.
A rainfall warning is also in effect for the Howe Sound region.