No tornadoes officially confirmed from last night’s storms

Environment and Climate Change Canada has not yet confirmed any tornadoes after yesterday’s storms. 

A weather summary issued this afternoon said that possible tornadoes were reported near Radisson, Aberdeen, Gravelbourg, Bayne and Middle Lake. 

As well, there was some wind damage in Carrot River. 

While they didn’t have immediate confirmation of any tornadoes, they will continue to investigate. 

The storm knocked out power in the Southeast, and pounded Estevan with golf ball to baseball sized hail last night. 

Estevan and Weyburn each received wind gusts at 113 km/h. 

Environment and Climate Change Canada also reported the following list of hail reports:

3:45 pm: Nickel-sized hail near Maymont;

4:40 pm: Loonie-sized hail near Kenosee Lake

4:45 pm: Quarter-sized hail north of Environ

5:00 pm: Golf-ball sized hail near Jack Fish Lake

5:30 pm: Toonie-sized hail near Waldheim

5:45 pm: Toonie to Ping pong-sized hail near Osler

6:00 pm: Ping pong-sized hail in Warman

6:15 pm: Quarter-sized hail north of Aberdeen

6:30 pm: Toonie-sized hail near Gravelbourg

8:30 pm: Quarter to Loonie-sized hail near Ogema

11:30 pm: Golf ball to Baseball sized hail near Estevan

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