Powerful winds in Washington State left one person dead and a second seriously injured, and knocked power out to more than 150,000 homes.
North Shore - including West Vancouver and North Vancouver.
According to Environment Canada, a strong cold front will approach B.C.'s South Coast Tuesday evening.
Strong winds cause damage or toss loose objects, the weather agency said. Ahead of the cold front, strong southeasterly winds of 70 kilometres an hour gusting to 90 km/h are expected to develop over exposed coastal sections and the southern section of the Howe Sound.
The winds should ease overnight.
Following a stormy Monday, new weather warnings are in effect today for Vancouver Island today.
Heavy rain is also on the way, with up to 50 millimetres expected by Wednesday morning for the North Shore and Metro Vancouver's northeast, including Coquitlam and Maple Ridge.
East Vancouver Island between Nanoose Bay and Fanny Bay looks like it'll get soaked. The winds were brought in by an intense Pacific low pressure system that moved inland starting in the morning.