Tornado warnings and watches swept through southeast Sask. Thursday afternoon.
Severe thunderstorm warnings and watches were also in place for much of the afternoon.
According to Environment Canada, a supercell was moving its way through the province, creating favourable conditions for strong wind, hail and heavy rain.
As of 6 p.m., there were no reports of any tornadoes touching down in Sask.
SaskPower spokesman, Jonathan Tremblay, said there’s a large power outage in the southeast region due to the storm. The Boundary Dam is offline right now as they’re dealing with flash flooding in the area along with knocked down power lines.
Tremblay said if you do notice a knocked over power line, it’s best to stay at least 10 metres away. He said to also call their reporting line at right away at 306-310-2220, so that SaskPower crews can be dispatched to the area.
Storm chasers from across North America arrived in the grain belt to capture nature’s wicked ways.
Ping pong size hail pic.twitter.com/imSJddNG9d
— T & S (@ToddShan) June 14, 2018
— Valerie Paulson (@SuperVal74) June 14, 2018
— Reed Timmer (@ReedTimmerAccu) June 14, 2018
Trying to take shelter but I locked myself out of my house while Estevan was tornado warned. I’m seeing there was lots of damage throughout the deep southeast. #skstorm @weathernetwork @ctvregina @MurphTWN @TiffanyGlobal pic.twitter.com/MdnauIgOv3
— Susan Murphy (@Crayzeelove) June 14, 2018
— Byron Fichter (@BFFotography) June 14, 2018
— Jess Cochran (@jessbjbell) June 14, 2018