Active weather Tuesday night in central Saskatchewan saw loonie-sized hail come down, and several sightings of tornadoes.
Tornado warnings were issued for Outlook, Moose Jaw, and Fort Qu’Appelle Tuesday evening shortly after 8:00pm.
A tornado was spotted west of Davidson.
Sheri Warkentin got some amazing twitter footage of a twister near her Davidson home Tuesday evening.
Warkenton posts on on her Twitter feed there was little damage on her property, except for a neighbour’s barn being hit.
Residents in Saskatchewan started posting pictures onto Twitter using the #SKSTORM hashtag.
Hail, lots of hail was reported near Outlook and other parts of central Saskatchewan.
Early Wednesday, another storm system moved east of Regina.
Residents in Dysart, SK reported hail – the size of golf balls – was falling in that area.
Throughout Tuesday evening, Environment Canada issued tornado warnings for communities such as Outlook, Moose Jaw, Fort Qu’Appelle and the Rural Municipality of Indian Head.
Heavy rain and hail the size of baseballs were being reported in various communities, and lightning was causing power outages in Regina while power lines had been snapped in some smaller towns.
The region had experienced hot temperatures of 30 C and high humidity on Tuesday.
David Baggaley with Environment Canada says the humidity won’t be as extreme on Wednesday, but cautions residents pop-up storms still could appear.