Some active weather will likely be a factor Tuesday in parts of Saskatchewan.
An early morning storm over parts of the south – including Regina – resulted in high winds, hail and a sudden downpour in various regions, according to Environment Canada.
Mark Melsness with the weather office says we can expect a bit more of the same throughout Tuesday thanks to the heat and humidity.
Melsness says it’s not unusual for Saskatchewan to get such humidex values at this time of the year.
He adds it’s because of weather systems slowly moving up from the United States.
Melsness says expect highs Tuesday to reach near 30C.
But with the humidity, he cautions, it could feel closer to 40C in some areas.
Environment Canada is warning some storms could crop up with little notice thanks to the system which is over the province.
Melsness says the weather office is closely watching the southeast corner of Saskatchewan Tuesday afternoon for more thunderstorm activity.