Plenty of rain put an end to the campfire ban Monday at noon.
"The campfire ban is being rescinded due to recent widespread precipitation that has resulted in a decreased risk of wildfires in the region," fire information officer Kayla Pepper said.
The ban covered much of central B.C., including Lillooet, Clearwater, Salmon Arm, Vernon, Penticton and Merritt.
Campfires still have to follow regulations:
* No bigger than a half-metre wide by a half-metre high.
* Flammable material (such a twigs and pine needles) must be removed from around the campfire area.
* A shovel or at least eight litres of water must be on site to extinguish the fire.
* A campfire can't be left unattended.
* Ashes must be cool to the touch before you leave.