Heavy rain and nickel-sized hail are anticipated for some communities. Saskatoon and Regina stay below remark for thunderstorms.
Atmosphere Canada says its meteorologists are monitoring a cluster of robust thunderstorms that might produce heavy rain and nickel-sized hail within the southern a part of the province.
The storm is more likely to develop and transfer eastwards on Thursday afternoon, lasting by way of the night.
Atmosphere Canada issued thunderstorm watches for many of the province on Thursday morning. By late afternoon, they’d been upgraded to warnings for the agricultural municipalities of Joyful Valley, Shock Valley, Brats Lake, Lajord, Monet, St Andrews, King George, Milden, Caledonia and Scott.
Sturdy thunderstorm warnings are issued when there’s a chance of impending or impending thunderstorms accompanied by giant hail, harmful winds and/or torrential rainfall. Saskatoon and Regina stay below remark for thunderstorms.
Atmosphere Canada says some extreme storms are positioned 10 to 40 kilometers southwest of Regina and are transferring to the southeast. As of late Thursday night, there was a thunderstorm east of Massive Beaver in addition to 10 km east of Rosetown and Elros. Lastly, storms line up 10 km south of Wilcox from Astlin.