Meteorite fragments from fireball that illuminated British Columbia found

Meteorite fragments from fireball that illuminated British Columbia found

Researchers from the University of Calgary and their international colleagues have discovered the meteorite remnants from a large fireball that illuminated British Columbia, Canada at 05:11 UTC on September 5, 2017 (22:11 PDT, September 4). The size of this object…

Record-breaking snowfall, low maximum temperatures hit British Columbia

Record-breaking snowfall, low maximum temperatures hit British Columbia

Environment Canada says the first Arctic front of the season moved across British Columbia on Thursday, November 2, 2017, bringing a blast of cold air, strong winds and the first snowfall of the season. As of early November 7, one person is missing. Cranbrook set a…

Very bright fireball illuminates British Columbia, sonic boom reported

Very bright fireball illuminates British Columbia, sonic boom reported

A very bright fireball streaked across the night sky over British Columbia, Canada at 05:11 UTC on September 5, 2017 (22:11 PDT, September 4). The event lasted about 10 seconds and was followed by a sonic boom. The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 224 reports…

Heavy rain, snowmelt cause floods and mudslides in British Columbia

Heavy rain, snowmelt cause floods and mudslides in British Columbia

Heavy rain combined with warm temperatures caused severe flooding and mudslides throughout British Columbia's Interior over the weekend. Two people are missing and more than 300 have been evacuated. Environment Canada posted severe thunderstorm watches for huge…

British Columbia expects another drought year, Canada

British Columbia expects another drought year, Canada

The British Columbia, Canada is set to experience another year of severe drought. The hot weather conditions have caused the fall of the snow coverage across the mountain regions, and water levels have receded well below the average for this time of the year….

B.C. earthquakes could be foreshocks leading to a large one, Canada

B.C. earthquakes could be foreshocks leading to a large one, Canada

A swarm of earthquakes that started in December 2014 along the border of the Juan de Fuca and North American plates, northwest of Vancouver Island, British Columbia – Canada, continued into 2015 with two moderately strong earthquakes measuring M4.5 and 5.2 on the Richte