There was a lot of rain and wind for Chilliwack

Gusty winds in Chilliwack took out power in some areas

Rainfall drenched Chilliwack pretty good and by 8 a.m. Friday the total had reached 52.1 mm

  • Nov. 13, 2015 1:00 p.m.

The forecast predicting heavy rain overnight for Chilliwack was right on the money.

Rainfall drenched Chilliwack pretty good and by 8 a.m. Friday the total reached 52.1 mm, said Environment Canada’s volunteer weather observer, Roger Pannett.

It was a lot of rain and wind, but it didn’t break any records.

The record of 79.0 mm was set in 1932.

Still there were “strong, gusty winds’ which led to a few power outages, Pannett reported.

Temperatures also rose six degrees to hit a mild 15.2 C.

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