POWER VALVES | British Columbia
Saturday, February 9, 2019, 15:44 – A large part of the Vancouver and the Lower Land has recently experienced a special winter situation and ended the week with strong winds ranging from 60 to 80 km / h and significantly accumulating snowfall.
Bitter arctic drainage winds combined with a strong low pressure system create not only ice temperatures, but also extremely windy conditions that are strong enough to break large trees and electric water, cause disruptions in the ferry and cause more than 65,000 without electricity. BC Hydro on Saturday afternoon.
BC Hydro asks the customers for their patience, as they respond to numerous power outages on Vancouver Island and in the lower part of the land, and many feel disappointed by the wind's challenges. this winter. This storm happened less than two months after a catastrophic storm on December 20, 2018, which left 750,000 BC Hydro customers without electricity, and many left without electricity for several days.
In addition to the power cuts that take place on Saturday, marinas are trying to avoid the effects of wind gusts. The Marina in the Bay of Horseshoe Bay is partly submerged (see below) after being struck by wind blows, while other ships are portrayed in the port.
SEE Below: SINKING BARGE, FLIPPED BOATS
Below you can see the effects of the last storm on B:
SEE BELOW: WHEN IN CANADA, CANADIANS WORK – DISTINGUISH THE SHIP!
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