East Rocky View County's fire advisory was lifted on Tuesday afternoon, amid sustained rainfall.

There are no fire advisories for either East or West Rocky View County. While no fire advisories are in effect, severe weather warnings continue to be in place for areas east of Airdrie. Impacted areas under both rainfall and wind warnings include Irricana, Beiseker, and Acme, as well as much of Wheatland County.

"Strong northwest winds, with gusts up to 100 kilometres/ hour, continue. These strong winds will weaken later this evening. Damage to buildings, such as roof shingles and windows, may occur," Environment and Climate Change Canada stated.

Loose objects may be tossed by the wind and cause injury or damage. Utility outages may also occur. Motorists, especially in high-profile vehicles, may expect hazardous driving conditions on highways subject to strong cross winds.

The rainfall warning issued predicts that there will be widespread rainfall totals of 40 to 70 millimetres expected by the time the rain tapers off on Wednesday.

"Heavy downpours can cause flash floods and water pooling on roads. Localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible. Watch for possible washouts near rivers, creeks and culverts."

Despite, wind gusts reaching nearly 90 kilometres an hour in Airdrie, no wind warning was issued for the city. Rain is expected to taper off tonight.

Send your news tips, story ideas, pictures, and videos to news@discoverairdrie.com. You can also message and follow us on Twitter: @AIR1061FM

DiscoverAirdrie encourages you to get your news directly from your trusted source by bookmarking this page and downloading the DiscoverAirdrie app. For breaking news, weather and contest alerts click here