Rainfall warnings in many regions of Saskatchewan will start to taper off from west to east throughout Tuesday.
Meteorologist Mike Russo with Environment Canada says as Tuesday carries on there will be further rainfall amounts close to the Alberta boundary of 5 to 10 mm.
He says central portions of the province including the Saskatoon area could see 15 to 25 millimetres.
Russo says the complication, after 48 hours of significant rainfall, is the ground is holding about as much moisture as it can.
Environment Canada says over the last 48 hours rainfall amounts are as follows:
- The Battlefords 55mm
- Hudson Bay 56 mm
- Melfort 56 mm
- Swift Current 63 mm
- Val Marie 57 mm
- Lloydminster 86 mm
- Watrous 61 mm
- Regina 7 mm
- Moose Jaw 35 mm
- Flin Flon 81.4 mm
- Island Fall 39.4
- Saskatoon 20 to 30 mm (depending on the reporting station)
A further 20 to 40 mm of rain is forecast for Tuesday.
Rain will taper off this evening and rainfall warnings will be lifted through the day.