North Battleford farm experiences the brunt of the storm
North Battleford is experiencing rotating power outages and the city is working on cleaning up the mess left from the storm.
The storm definitely left its mark at the Herbert Farm located a kilometer from the city.
"It took part of the roof off above the kitchen and the dining room. We have water in the kitchen, water in the basement that leaked through the walls. A lot of damage inside," said Ray Herbert.
He was not home at the time the storm hit but his wife, daughter, and two grandsons were in the basement.
Grain bins were twisted and thrown across the yard, a door was blown into the shop, and concrete from a construction site in North Battleford's North end ended up littering the yard.
"From those condos that they are building... the wind picked them up and brought them. It is scattered out for half a mile," Herbert said.
He thinks that the damage may indicate a tornado touched down.
"I don't know, I think it was a twister. Just the way the trees are laying, twisted up and broken," Herbert said.
Nobody was injured but Herbert said that the family was shaken up.
Family and friends have joined in to help clean up the farm.
"It is bringing tears to my eyes. You see this stuff on TV and you feel sorry for people. When it happens to you it really hits home," Herbert said.
With files from Kelly Bitner