It was another night of wild weather on the prairies.
In Saskatchewan, many reports surfaced of twisters near Regina Beach.
Saskatchewan storm chaser, Crag Boehm was tracking the storm which began forming late Wednesday in the southeast corner of this province.
He says he received a photo of one twister forming near Silton, Saskatchewan – which isn’t too far from Regina Beach.
Brad Vrolijk with Environment Canada says, indeed this same tornado was reported and confirmed near Bethune in the late afternoon, around 5:30.
Vrolijk says there are no reports of damage yet – but some may come in later in the day.
Around 6:30, Yorkton hail the size of golf balls and twoonies, according to weather reports.
In Manitoba, Environment Canada received three reports of twisters touching down in Glenboro, Stockton and Margaret.
The start of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers game was delayed two-and-a-half hours because of lightning in the area.
Southern Saskatchewan has bore the brunt of extreme weather recently; Sunday, two tornadoes tore through Melville and surrounding area – destroying one home.
The weather office is calling for more stable conditions Thursday – and into the weekend, which likely will please QCEX-goers in Regina.