They are cleaning up in Plentywood, Montana on Tuesday after severe weather roared through the town, about two hours south of Regina on Monday.
Extensive damage was recorded with many power lines being knocked down, trees uprooted and homes and businesses suffering damage as well.
The town’s airport was also hit as several planes were flipped over by the strong winds.
The system producing the severe weather was the same one that spawned two tornadoes in southwestern Saskatchewan on Monday.
More stormy weather could be on the horizon Tuesday in the province as some severe thunderstorm watches have been put into place by Environment Canada with the extreme heat warning continuing as well.