BC Interior Network for Lightning and Thunderstorms

Blitzortung Station #1046 Running (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) - click for details. Station #1342 Running (Rocky Mountain House, AB, Canada) - click for details. Station #1557 Running (Potato Mountain, BC, Canada) - click for details. Station #1891 Running (Barriere, Canada) - click for details. Station #1892 Running (Prince George, Canada) - click for details. Station #1940 Running (Clearwater, Canada) - click for details. Station #985 Offline (Calgary, Canada) - click for details. Station #1336 Offline (Prince George, Canada) - click for details. Station #1524 Offline (Williams Lake, BC, Canada) - click for details. Station #1880 Offline (Test2 RD, Canada) - click for details.

Blitzortung


The Canadian Lightning Danger Map (CLDM) represents areas at greatest risk of being struck by lightning in the next 10 minutes. Times are expressed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The interval between maps is 10 minutes. Please re-fresh your browser to ensure you have the latest map. Learn more about the Canadian Lightning Danger Map.

Canadian Lightning Danger Map - Pacific - #7 @ 21:40 UTC, 7/7
Canadian Lightning Danger Map  - Pacific - Environment Canada

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  • Lightning is striking in the red areas; you are in immediate danger if outdoors
  • Go to a safe location, either a building with plumbing and wiring or an all metal vehicle
  • Stay there for 30 minutes following the last rumble of thunder

Canadian Lightning Danger Map - Pacific - Environment Canada