The provincial River Forecast Centre is has released its February snowpack report.
While the numbers look low, the Skeena-Nass is only at 62% of normal, the Stikine at 56%, and the Peace at 66%, Dave Campbell, head of the River Forecast Centre, says it’s still a little too early to worry about low water flows.
But Campbell warns it is something they need to take a eye on.
Environment Canada is reporting a high likelihood of above normal temperatures across the province this spring and summer.
Last year, large swaths of the province were hit with drought conditions.