Severe thunderstorms remain active in Saskatchewan

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Environment Canada continues to track a series of severe thunderstorms stretching from Outlook to Chaplin to Gravelbourg, with the storms slowly tracking northward.

As of 4:45 p.m., warnings were in effect for:

R.M. of Morse, including Herbert, Morse, Ernfold and Gouldtown.

R.M. of Canaan, including Lucky Lake.

Despite this initial series of storms moving out of the region, Environment Canada has continued a severe thunderstorm watch for the Swift Current - Herbert - Cabri - Kyle - Lucky Lake forecast region, as thunderstorms could still develop.

The severe thunderstorm watch for the Shaunavon - Maple Creek - Val Marie - Cypress Hills forecast region has been ended.

As of 5 p.m. there were four forecast areas under severe thunderstorm warning, with six more northern forecast regions under rainfall warnings.

All warnings ended in the Southwest include:

R.M. of Glen Bain, including Glen Bain.

R.M. of Lawtonia, including Hodgeville.

R.M. of Coulee including Neidpath and McMahon.

R.M. of Whiska Creek including Vanguard Neville and Pambrun.

R.M. of Pinto Creek including Kincaid and Hazenmore

R.M. of Mankota including Mankota and Ferland

R.M. of Glen McPherson;

R.M. of Auvergne including Ponteix and Aneroid;

R.M. of Pinto Creek including Kincaid and Hazenmore

The first warning was issued at 2:53 p.m. as Environment Canada began to track a severe thunderstorm approaching Mankota, Aneroid and Ponteix. Radar showed the storm moving in a north east direction.

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Organizations: Environment Canada

Geographic location: Mankota, Ponteix

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