We are ok, thanks. The worst of the storm hit the lower mainland and they had 10" of rain in 24 hours in Hope and the Fraser Valley. People were stranded between slides on the highways and in Hope for several days before rescue people could get to them.
The Coquihalla is so badly damaged that it’s unlikely to reopen this winter. Possibly the same with the Trans-Canada through the Fraser Canyon. The entire city of Merritt has been evacuated (that’s the second time this year since they were evacuated for forest fires during the summer). Princeton is under water as well. The only hope now is to get Highway 3 (the Hope-Princeton) open, possibly by Monday in order to get the supply chain back. All grocery stores in southern BC have empty shelves for perishable foods.
The storm hit Kelowna on Monday afternoon with wind gusts to 120 kmh but not as much rain as on the coast. Our power was out for 13 hours. Other than that, we are fine.
For anyone who wants more info, you can google “Southern BC Flooding”