British Columbia’s Okanagan region could be in store for record flooding. Parts of the area that were flooded last weekend are so saturated that water levels will quickly rise with little rain. Environment Canada has forecast a severe thunderstorm that could bring 25 millimetres of rain by Friday morning. Meantime, as flood waters around Quebec begin to recede, authorities remain on high alert in the Mauricie region northeast of Montreal. The region could receive up to 59 millimetres of rain by Monday, threatening to raise water levels in already flooded communities.