AccuWeather spring forecast says storm track moving north

Bring on spring!

While Southern B.C. has seen some wild weather this winter, the tail end of the season is looking decidedly milder, according to AccuWeather's spring forecast.

The forecast highlights how B.C. has seen an onslaught of storms this winter, but that "residents south of the Trans-Canada Highway will see a break from the unsettled pattern heading into spring."

With this in mind, the report notes that the dominant storm track is expected to shift northward in coming weeks. As such, Northern B.C. and the Canadian Rockies could see significant rain and snow. 

The forecast adds that ski resorts will continue to reap the benefits of these storms well into the spring.

“Deep snowpack in the Canadian Rockies should lead to an excellent spring ski season,” AccuWeather's Brett Anderson said.

But, that it isn't good news for everyone.

“As the snow melts, the risk of river and stream flooding down into the lower elevations of Alberta and British Columbia will increase during late spring,” Anderson said.

The forecast adds that this flood risk may be extended through the end of the spring in areas to the north that face rounds of storms through April and into May.

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