Heavy rain and high wind are expected in many parts of southern Saskatchewan Monday.
Environment Canada has upgraded advisories to warnings as a weather system from North Dakota begins to settle over many parts of the south.
The ministry says significant rain is expected over all of southern Saskatchewan, with the highest amounts of 70 to 100 mm anticipated in some areas.
Across the south, general amounts of 40 to 50 mm are expected before the entire system moves off into Manitoba early Wednesday.
A State-of-Emergency was called in Estevan Sunday after over 100 millimetres of rain came down in that region.
Residents in Estevan will learn if people will be evacuated Monday.
50 mm of rain fell in the Yorkton area, with 25 mm in just 20 minutes Sunday alone.
Moose Jaw is also under a heavy rainfall warning while regions like Swift Current can also expect high winds.