There were some dark clouds that flew through the southeast this morning bringing along rain and a few storms to some areas in the southeast.
"There is a storm system," explained Terri Laing with Environment Canada, "that gave quite a bit of showers, thundershower activity across much of the province overnight and now it's weakening and exiting the province."
"It looks like the sun will return and it's going to be a rather hot and humid day especially since we have that low-pressure system that is making its way very, very slowly over from Alberta. That's expected to bring up those temperatures and bring up the humidity."
"We are expecting more showers and thundershowers to develop but probably not until later in the day."
She added that there is the potential for severe weather to hit overnight.
"It's a hit and miss sort of thing. A lot of people saw hail in Alberta yesterday but we didn't get that much in Saskatchewan so we'll see as the system moves further eastward if the dynamics are still there to support some of the severe weather."
She noted that if severe weather does arrive, always take precautions and don't go outside while there is lightning.
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