Environment Canada issued a few weather warnings and watches for central and southern regions of Saskatchewan Sunday afternoon.
A tornado warning was also issued earlier in the day for areas including Hudson Bay, Humboldt and Wynyard.
In fact, according to the weather office, one tornado touched downn twice, near Naicam during the storm, which swiftly moved across central Saskatchewan.
The system began northwest of Humboldt in the Cudworth area, moving east near Naicam.
At 12:09pm, a tornado warning had been issued for the Naicam, Lake Lenore and St. Brieux areas, with at least one reported funnel touching down 20-kilometres northwest of Naicam.
Jason Knight with Environment Canada says there was little no no damage reported because of the funnel clouds, adding this type of “sudden” weather is not uncommon for Saskatchewan at this time of the year.
A wind warning remained Sunday afternoon for at least two southern regions.
Thunderstorm watches were issued for east-central areas of the province earlier Sunday afternoon.