STORM CENTRE: Links to stories, weather reports, power outages, help

Click here for links to previous stories and updates on the current road and power situation

Thursday’s wind storm has hit Abbotsford hard. Here’s where you can find out the very latest on the current situation:

Latest stories:

Dozens of outages in Abbotsford, nine schools closed

All of Abbotsford’s parks, several roads, remain closed

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Click each link below to take you to the appropriate site.

BC Hydro power outage map

Google traffic: Abbotsford

Latest update from the City of Abbotsford

Abbotsford Police Department Facebook

Abbotsford Police Department Twitter

Environment Canada weather alerts

Environment Canada hourly forecast

Drive BC Highway cameras

Drive BC Twitter feed

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Call:

Report any downed trees to the City at 604-864-5552

Report downed powerlines by calling 9-1-1. Otherwise, only call 9-1-1 if someone’s hurt or needs immediate help.

Power outages should be reported to BC Hydro at 1 800 BCHYDRO (1 800 224 9376) or *49376 on your mobile phone.

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Stories and videos:

STORY: Worst of storm may be to come: meteorologist

VIDEO: Video from around Abbotsford

PHOTOS: Reader photos of storm creating havoc in Abbotsford

STORY: Winds blow glass panels off of new Abbotsford high rise

VIDEO: Dramatic video of damage to White Rock pier

STORY: Abbotsford police offer warnings, advice amid wind storm

STORY: Second tree falls on Highway 1

STORY: Wind causing chaos in Abbotsford

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