Not one, but two tornadoes decided to touch down in Southern Saskatchewan Thursday.
Environment Canada confirmed one was near Esterhazy and the other near Tyvan.
John-Paul Cragg with Environment Canada said they weren’t your typical type of tornado.
“They both look like they were land spout tornadoes. So, they weren’t associated with a supercell. So, it’s a different type of tornado and a different type of formation.”
Cragg said the land spout tornado is much weaker than your average tornado, however you should still take precautions if you see one.
“You should be driving away and at right angles of the tornado should you see it coming close to you”
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