Environment Canada has continued weather warnings for sections of the North Coast associated with the remnants of Hurricane Oho.
Very strong southeasterly wind of up to 110 kilometres per hour has developed over Haida Gwaii and are expected to spread to the North and Central Coast Friday morning.
Forecasters say heavy rain associated with the hurricane remnants will also continue over Haida Gwaii and the North Coast.
Residents will get a break as the weather system passes to the north, but the reprieve will be short-lived. Rain is expected to pick up again Friday night ahead of the next system. A third system is expected to bring more rain on Sunday.