REGINA – All tornado watches have ended in the province after a day of wild weather.
Several Severe thunderstorm watches and warnings remain in the province though, including Regina, Moose Jaw and area.
Tornado watches were issued for a number of communities in southwest Saskatchewan around noon Wednesday, as conditions were right for the development of severe weather throughout a large portion of southern Saskatchewan.
We have seen several thunderstorms in the province today, some bringing strong wind gusts and toonie to golf-ball sized hail.
Environment Canada says these storms can still reach wind gusts of over 100 km/hr overnight.
That’s due to a low pressure system and an advancing warm front in Montana that’s currently pushing through the province.
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If severe weather approaches the first priority should always be safety – do not wait for warnings and take shelter immediately.