June 8, 2014 3:06 pm

UPDATE: Severe thunderstorm warning ended in southern Saskatchewan

Environment Canada had issued a severe thunderstorm warning Sunday in southern Saskatchewan.

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REGINA – Environment Canada has ended a severe thunderstorm warning in southern Saskatchewan.

Meteorologists were tracking a storm capable of producing strong winds and penny-size hail.

The agency is reminding people if threatening weather approaches, take cover indoors immediately and avoid areas that could be affected by falling trees and other debris.

Anyone who would like to report severe weather can call Environment Canada at 1-800-239-0484 or email photos to storm@ec.gc.ca or Saskatoon@globalnews.ca.

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 Severe thunderstorm warning ENDED for:

  •  R.M. of Cupar including Southey Cupar and Markinch
  • R.M. of Edenwold including Balgonie and Piapot Res.
  • R.M. of Lumsden including Lumsden Regina Beach and Craven
  • R.M. of North Qu’Appelle including Fort Qu’Appelle
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