Environment Canada is warning BC residents to expect another round of wet, windy weather.
Forecasters have issued a special weather statement for the North Coast and Haida Gwaii as another low pressure system approaches the province.
Haida Gwaii could see southeast wind up to 90 kilometres an hour early Tuesday as the storm passes over the region.
The north and central coasts can also expect wind gusts of up to 70 kilometres an hour before they ease Tuesday morning.
Heavy rain is expected to return to Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland Tuesday.
Environment Canada says strong wind and rain are likely to persist as yet another system is expected to move through the region Wednesday.