Due to intense flooding across the province, Environment Canada has issued a warning for the upcoming days as rain is forecasted nearly everywhere across Quebec this weekend.\nOn the Warning Page for the Montreal Island area Environment Canada notes that heavy rain is to be expected and even shallow, fast-moving water "can sweet a vehicle or a person away."\nThis Warning comes on top of the Special Weater Statement made yesterday, as rainfall is now expected to reach up to 60 mm in some areas.\nRain in the forecast is especially unsettling new today after the evacuation of areas around the Hydro Quebec dam on the Rouge River.\nREAD ALSO: Here's What Will Happen If The Hydro Québec Dam Fails\nTL;DR Up to 60mm of rain is expected to hit countless regions across the province of Quebec this weekend, to add to the already dangerous levels of water flooding several towns. Environment Canada has issued a Rainfall warning for the areas below.\nLe débit traversant le #barrage de la Chute-Bell est fort important, soit 980m3/s et pourrait augmenter de 30% dans les prochains jours. Nous avons confiance que les installations pourront résister, mais l’évacuation du secteur a été recommandée par mesure de précaution. pic.twitter.com/msgXSqQi7D— Hydro-Québec (@hydroquebec) April 25, 2019\nWe shared the video above yesterday alongside another video of what the water flow usually looks like and it is shocking how much more water there is and how quickly it is really moving.\nSo it's no wonder why Environment Canada is hoping to alert people of the upcoming rain that is sure to only exacerbate the situation.\nSt-lin quebec 2019 #inondations pic.twitter.com/a8egYUiEfW— jacques bélair (@BelairBlair) April 20, 2019\nRainfall Warnings are in effect for the following Quebec regions:\nBaie-Comeau\nCharlevoix\nChibougamau\nForillon National Park - Gaspé - Percé\nLa Tuque\nLa Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve\nLac-Saint-Jean\nLachute - Saint-Jérôme\nLanaudière\nLaurentians - Laurentians Wilflife Reserve\nLes Escoumins - Forestvillle\nMatagami\nMauricie\nMetro Montréal\nLaval\nMont-Laurier\nMont-Tremblant Park - Saint-Michel-des-Saint\nNew Carlisle - Chandler\nParent - Gouin Reservoir\nPontiac\nQuébec\nSaguenay\nSept-Îles - Port-Cartier\nTésiscamingue\nUpper Gatineau - Lièvre - Papineau\nVaudreuil 0 Soulanges 0 Huntingdon\nWaskaganish\nOye.... getting close....#quebecflood #qcflood #flood #joliette #Inondations pic.twitter.com/PCL2m9TVI8— Natasha #JeSuisPuccap (@NatLaPirate) April 23, 2019\nThese weather alerts warn of "possible washouts near rivers, creeks and culverts".\nThey also warn people not to approach washouts in the above-mentioned areas, for risk of being swept away. This is particularly worth keeping in mind in a vehicle, which is heavy and has the ability to impact the integrity of roads.\nHere is the Environment Canada page with all the current Rainfall Warnings.