Monday, May 13, 2013
Slight Chance Of Severe Thunderstorms Tonight (New Map)
Minimal at best but there does appear to be a slight risk of severe weather in south west parts of the Canadian Prairies tonight. Severe thunderstorm watches are now active further south in Montana and Idaho and this system is expected to make its way into Canada over night. Wind warnings are up for Cypress Hills areas with expected 100km/hr wind gusts possible tonight and into Tuesday morning. Heavy rains are possible as storms track across southern Alberta and Saskatchewan. Most of southern Saskatchewan are enjoying high temperatures of 29 to 30 Celsius from Moose Jaw to Regina, Weyburn and Estevan.
If anything, its a good chance to dust off the map for the first time in 2013!
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