Monday, April 29, 2013

First Severe Storm In Saskatchewan/Wascana Lake Rising

The first severe thunderstorm in Saskatchewan occurred this evening with a warning issued by Environment Canada at 6:06pm for areas of the extreme southern portions of the province, Bengough, Willow Bunch and St. Victor. It was only severe on radar for a short time and the warning was dropped at 6:53pm. Other non-severe thunderstorms crossed the southern areas of the province this afternoon and these systems will turn to snow tonight. Moosimin, Yorkton and Kamsack areas of eastern Saskatchewan are now under a snowfall warning for up to 20cm of snow by Tuesday.

"Wascana Jam"

After the longest, harshest winter on record, the snow is finally melting and Wascana Lake is rising! Starting April 26th, each day we are covering this story as it develops. Here is the playlist of a series of videos being taken around the flood zone in Regina:

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