Wind warning ended in Saskatchewan

A wind warning issued by Environment Canada for parts of Saskatchewan has ended. SkyTracker Weather

A wind warning in Saskatchewan has ended.

Environment Canada said a very intense low pressure moved through the province overnight Tuesday and is now in northern Manitoba.

READ MORE: Evacuations ordered in southwest Sask. due to wildfire threat

Winds remained severe over east-central Saskatchewan early Wednesday morning, with strong wind gusts of 90 to 100 km/h over much of the area.

Those have now abated.

Wind warnings are issued by Environment Canada when there is a significant risk of damaging winds

READ MORE: 2 taken to hospital after wind blows over jump pad at Alberta corn maze

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