Severe thunderstorm warnings and watches are in place for southeast Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada says some severe thunderstorms have started to develop near Arcola south to the US border with that system expected to move slowly northeast as the day goes on.
According to Environment Canada a cluster of severe thunderstorms have developed about 10 kilometers northeast of Estevan and are expected to slowly move further to the north east Tuesday afternoon.
The storm is predicted to produce nickel size hail along with strong wind gusts and heavy rain.
As for Regina, there are no watches or warnings out, but we could see some rain fall tonight.
The forecast is calling for cooler temperatures and rain starting Wednesday night and staying with us right through until Saturday.