As we mentioned yesterday, the entire province of Quebec is on high alert as flooding has swept through many towns near Ottawa, around the Montreal area and as far east as New Brunswick.\nWhile we seem to have avoided the worst of it, for now, authorities are warning that there is still a lot of snowmelt to come, meaning more water and a high risk of flooding in the city centre as well.\nAnd evidently, Montreal has not been spared of all floods, as the STM is now warning passengers that several bus lines can expect delays today due to flooding.\nREAD ALSO: Bumblebee Species On The Edge Of Extinction In Canada\nTL;DR As intense flooding continues to threaten the city of Montreal, some buses are already facing delays due to the rising water.\nSTM\nAs seen above, several buses have been affected in the Montreal area by the rising flood waters that have already swept through countless parts of the province.\nYesterday, in Laval, the Canadian Armed Forces were called to aid in the evacuation and prevention efforts, like setting out sandbags and plastic linings to divert the water from peoples' homes.\nView this post on Instagram Suite inondations à Rigaud et Laval. A post shared by Thierry Laforce (@roussillon_news) on Apr 22, 2019 at 9:24pm PDT\nSo if you regularly take bus route #68, #201, #205, #407, #409, #468 or #470 - expect your bus to be delayed as it manoeuvres through flooded areas.\nThe STM suggests tracking, in real time, where your bus is from their mobile site - but that may very well just tell you that the bus hasn't left the terminal.\nYou honestly might be better off just finding a new route.\nView this post on Instagram A stop sign is almost entirely underwater near the banks of the Ottawa River in Saint Andrews East, Quebec. The province is again hit by spring floods. #Quebec #Ottawariver #floods #photojournalism #Canada #water #stopsign #spring #meltingsnow #rain #inondation #flooding2019 #globalwarming #changementclimatique A post shared by mijocus (Cristian Mijea) (@mijocus) on Apr 22, 2019 at 2:59pm PDT\nThis is not the first time Montreal has faced intense flooding. In 2017, many homes and business suffered at the hands of extreme floodwaters that spread through downtown.\nBe sure to keep an eye on your area and if you begin to see water accumulating, inform authorities at Urgence Quebec.