A low pressure system originating over Saskatchewan brought several reports of severe weather including tornadoes Monday afternoon.
The system moved from eastern Saskatchewan into the Parklands region of Manitoba Monday afternoon, triggering severe thunderstorms along the way.
Several reports of funnel clouds from southeast of Yorkton were received, along with a report of nickel sized hail.
A tornado warning was issued for the RM of Saltcoats by the weather agency at 3:14 p.m. about 30 kilometres southeast of Yorkton.
That warning ended about 45 minutes later, however, it was extended to the nearby RM of Churchbridge half an hour after that.
Around the same time, a severe thunderstorm warning in the RM of Langenburg was upgraded to a tornado warning.
All of the warnings ended around 5 p.m.
The system then moved into western Manitoba, with a tornado reported between Binscarth and Russell just before 5 pm. Golf ball sized hail was also reported in Russell.
Around 5:20 p.m. a tornado was reported in Waywayseecappo, where several houses were damaged and one destroyed.
A school bus was also overturned. The storm also produced quarter size hail in Rossburn.
The system continued moving east-southeast, morphing into a line of thunderstorms which moved through the Red River Valley where they weakened south of Winnipeg.
Radar indicated wind gusts 90 km/h along with nickel sized hail.