BC Hydro Hydrometeologic Data
Regional hydrometeorologic data networks
BC Hydro’s Hydrology group manages a network of over 150 automated, real-time reporting climate, snow and surface water stations. Their teams use the data from these stations for reservoir management.
The data posted here includes up to four days of historic data. The data is based on automated readings and is not quality-controlled which means that from time to time the data could be inaccurate. Data is provided as information only and BC Hydro does not guarantee its accuracy.
United States Geological Survey
Earthquake Hazards Program
Information about real-time earthquakes, online catalog search of archives, seismicity maps and statistics.
HazNet magazine’s mandate is to foster an interdisciplinary and cross-sectorial network of researchers, academics, and practitioners to enhance understanding of disaster risk reduction.
Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) is one of two tsunami warning centers that are operated by NOAA in the United States. Headquartered on Ford Island, HI, the PTWC is part of an international tsunami warning system (TWS) program and serves as the operational center for TWS of the Pacific issuing bulletins and warnings to participating members and other nations in the Pacific Ocean area of responsibility.
Public Weather Alerts for BC
When severe weather threatens, Environment Canada issues alerts that notify those in affected areas so that they can take steps to protect themselves
River Forecast Centre
Flood Warning or Advisories Currently in Effect
Strathcona Regional District GIS Flooding Site
A page that links you to all flooding information in the Strathcona Regional District such as floodplain maps, river gauges and weather alerts