The B.C. River Forecasting Centre says Kamloops is not out of the woods yet on the flooding front.
Forecaster Dave Campbell says the North and South Thompspon rivers will rise another 30 centimetres over the weekend.
Campbell says both arms of the Thompson should peak in the next week or two.
“On the South Thompson we still have a lot of high elevation snow yet to come down. We are starting to work through that. We do expect the river levels to rise through the weekend. Not quite getting up to the 2012 level at this point. Those levels are still in the potential range that we might experience over the next week or so.”
Campbell says any potential flooding is entirely weather dependent with a heavy rainfall being the wildcard.