Cooler Weather And Busier Than Usual Main Street, Osoyoos Today!

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Evacuation Alerts Rescinded

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With the tireless efforts of the firefighting crews on the ground and more favorable weather conditions over the past few days, the RDOS is pleased to announce that the Evacuation Alerts for both the Apex Mountain and Jura Fires are rescinded. These evacuation alert rescinds are effective at 0900hrs on July 24, 2014.

The previously identified properties are:

Apex Mountain Fire

146, 108, 22, 26, 18, 20 Apex Mountain Road, and 1992, 1940, 1918, 1995, 1925, 1907 and Burlington Ranch (Lot 5,Plan KAP70897 DL 1799 SDYD) on Green Mountain Road and ,

Jura Fire

115 to 131 Augur Road, 112 Bankeir Place, 105 to 136 Country Lane, 120 to 145 Jellico Road, 4067 to 4131 Lakesyde Road, 150 to 223 Lakeview Road, 113 to 117 Lee CK PL, 102 to 272 Link Lake Road, 4088 to 4116 Meadow Cres, 114 to 126 Muskoka Road, 131 and 143 Osprey Place, 110 to 231 Pinewood Drive, 143 Jellicoe Road, 1556 to 4600 Princeton-Summerland Road, 1364 to 1862 Shinish Creek Road , 118 to 149 Tee Pee Lakes Place and 186 Trout Main FSR Road

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Transit Future Plan Details

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Transit Future Plan Bus In Osoyoos Tonight

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The Transit Future Plan Bus visited Osoyoos tonight next to the Town Hall, but unfortunately the accompanying Market On Main had to be cancelled due to thunderstorms. However, all was dry aboard the bus, where RDOS Rural Projects Coordinator Lindsay Bourque informed the public about the latest updates regarding transit requirements for the South Okanagan.

 

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Thunderstorm Watch In Effect For Okanagan

Alerts for: Okanagan Valley

2:06 PM PDT Wednesday 23 July 2014
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for:

  • Central Okanagan – including Kelowna
  • North Okanagan – including Vernon
  • South Okanagan – including Penticton

Severe thunderstorm conditions possible – afternoon to after midnight.

Conditions are favourable for the development of dangerous thunderstorms that may be capable of producing strong wind gusts, large hail and torential rain.

A low pressure system approaching the BC Interior is producing thunderstorms today and tonight over the southwest interior, Columbia, and Kootenay regions. These thunderstorms have the potential to become severe generating extremely heavy rainfall with local amounts of 25 to 50 millimetres in a few hours or less.

Please note the following…

…A watch means there is potential for severe storm development over a broad area.

…A watch is upgraded to a warning when severe thunderstorms are imminent.

Rapidly rising rivers and creeks can sweep away bridges, culverts, buildings, and people. Large hail can damage property and cause injury. Stay indoors when a thunderstorm strikes. There isn’t a place outside that is safe during a thunderstorm.

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Night Market On Main New Location

Market On Main Crafts BoothJust to clarify re. various inquiries about Market On Main’s Wednesday Night Market. We ran into Kansas, the singer scheduled to perform, and she confirmed the change in location starts tonight next to the Osoyoos Town Hall! 5:30 pm. Although…pending thunderstorm may play a factor.

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Bustling Main Street, Osoyoos

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