A rainfall warning has been issued for the southwest part of Saskatchewan.
John Paul Cragg at the weather office says the southwest could receive over 50 millimeters or more than two inches of rain.
He says the Regina area has received 10 millimeters and more is coming. “We are still expecting a lot of rain to come in the Regina area. We are forecasting between 20 and 40 millimeters more of rain to fall.”
Some localized areas in the south could see flooding.
The one exception is the northwest around Lloydminster and North Battleford, where little moisture is expected.