A cold front moving through western Saskatchewan is triggering thunderstorms in southern Saskatchewan.
As was the case Monday night, some of these thunderstorms are severe in nature with large hail, damaging winds, torrential downpours and intense lightning.
Tornado warnings were out for the southwest part of the province and there are unconfirmed reports that tornadoes may have touched down in the Mankota and Wood Mountain areas. The storm has left many streets in Swift Current flooded
Areas in the southeast of the province including Regina will see a significant threat later tonight as a line of severe thunderstorms currently in the southwest tracks eastward throughout the evening. The threat of tornadoes continues generally west of Regina and south of the Trans-Canada, where a tornado watch remains in effect.
A list of complete weather watches and warnings in Saskatchewan at this hour can be found here.