North Coast residents can expect some windy conditions over the next day or so.
Environment Canada has issued a wind warning for coastal and inland sections of the region.
Forecasters expect a low pressure centre over the Pacific to intensify rapidly as it approaches Haida Gwaii tonight.
Moderate northeast winds will shift abruptly to very strong south winds Tuesday morning as the low passes off the coast.
Wind gusts of between 70 and 90 kilometres an hour will stick around for a couple of hours before easing off.
Environment Canada says damage to buildings, like shingles or windows, is possible.