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BC: Soggy Lower Mainland braces for more rain

Earth News: British Columbia, Canada
March 24, 2007
Photo: A man walks his dog over the rushing waters of Panorama Creek in North Vancouver, B.C. on Saturday.(Chuck Stoody/Canadian Press)
Another drenching was expected Saturday in British Columbia's Lower Mainland, where heavy rains have triggered floods and mudslides.
The Greater Vancouver area has received more than 100 millimetres of rain since Thursday. Forecasters predicted it will get another 40-50 millimetres of rain over the next 24 hours.

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