Environment Canada ends tornado warning for parts of eastern Saskatchewan

A tornado warning for parts of eastern Canada has been cancelled. However, severe thunderstorm warnings remain in effect. Skytracker App

Environment Canada has ended its tornado warning alert in parts of eastern Saskatchewan.

The alert was issued at 10:45 a.m. and included the areas of:

  • The rural municipality of Langenburg including Langenburg, Yarbo, and Marchwell
  • The rural municipality of Spy Hill including Spy Hill, Gerald and Tantallon.

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The agency was tracking a cluster of severe storms stretching from Foxwarren west to Cowessess. All weather warnings for the area have since ended.

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Severe thunderstorm warnings are also in effect throughout eastern Saskatchewan.


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