Severe thunderstorm watches for parts of south Sask.
Environment Canada has issued severe thunderstorm watches across parts of south Saskatchewan, including severe thunderstorm watches that could turn into tornadoes.
These thunderstorms are 10 kilometers south of the Village of Elbow and are moving east at approximately 40 km/hour, said John Paul Cragg, Environment Canada’s severe weather specialist.
“Quarter-sized hail, rain falling at an excess of 50 mm/hour and strong winds are also expected,” he said.
In the Outlook area, Cragg adds there are thunderstorm watches that could also potentially become worse.
“Be alert. If there are thunderstorms in the area that’s under a watch and you’re in it, be careful.”
In the Rural Municipality of Maple Bush, Riverhurst, Douglas Park Provincial and the R.M. of Huron, including Tugaske, severe tornado warnings have ended.