July 11, 2014 9:54 am

Torrential rain strikes southeastern Saskatchewan again

An aerial view of flood waters in southeast Saskatchewan.

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REGINA – Torrential rain has struck again in southeastern Saskatchewan.

Environment Canada says a cold front moved into the region last night, spawning a storm that dumped at least 50 millimetres of rain and hail the size of quarters on Moosomin.

The system also dropped 30 millimetres of rain on Redvers and generated a high wind and some funnel clouds, although none appeared to have touched down.

More showers are expected tomorrow at a time when the region is trying to dry out after a deluge of rain that fell nearly two weeks ago and created a flood.

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