The storm is expected to move through the Monashee Mountains and cover various transportation routes such as Highway 33 from Kelowna to Rock Creek, Highway 97, and Highway 3 from Manning Park to Keremeos.
Moreover, heavy rainfall during this storm may cause flash flooding in creeks and pooling on roads near Kelowna.
In light of these circumstances, Environment Canada is advising individuals to take necessary precautions and seek shelter from the upcoming hail, rain, winds and lightning that may occur with the storm. To stay informed about the latest weather updates, please visit weather.gc.ca.
As the storm moves from the east of the Okanagan Valley, individuals need to be aware of the potential risks posed by the large hail, thunder, and lightning expected during the event.
In this regard, Environment Canada urges people to follow safety guidelines and avoid any outdoor activities that may put them at risk of exposure to the elements.
It's important to remember that "when thunder roars, go indoors" to protect oneself from the adverse effects of the storm.
By staying updated with the latest weather information available on weather.gc.ca, individuals can better prepare for any inclement weather situations and keep themselves safe.