Wild Weather Hits Saskatchewan again – Tornado Warning Issued

On the eve of the 110th anniversary of the cyclone that hit Regina killing 28 and injuring 300, Saskatchewan is under yet another series of watches and warnings.

A series of severe thunderstorm watches and warnings as well as warnings of tornado activity were issued by Environment and Climate Change Canada late Wednesday afternoon.

As of 6:10pm CST Humboldt, Southey, Cupar and Markinch were under a tornado warning.

Severe thunderstorm watches and warnings continue for much of the southeastern part of the province including Regina and Moose Jaw.

Several unconfirmed reports of tornados touching down were made near Foam Lake – with harrowing photos being taken by witnesses and posted to social media.

In a previous interview with a meteorologist from Environment Canada – it was shared with 620 CKRM that atmospheric conditions over the last few weeks have been perfect for tornadic activity.

If you see severe weather coming your way – take cover immediately.

Up to date information on watches and warnings can be found here.


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