Although southeast Saskatchewan has seen worse when it's come to storms, Sunday's weather was noteworthy in its effect on residents Estevan, the region and other areas of the province.
Severe thunderstorm warnings were in effect, and hail as large as loonies were witnessed in the Wawota area, according to Environment Canada's Natalie Hazel.
"Yesterday's strongest winds had gusts to 67 km/hr (at the Estevan Airport)," she said, adding that other areas of Saskatchewan, such as Eastend, saw higher than that under the same system.
While the winds weren't quite warning criteria, she added that it was close and no doubt, uncomfortable.
Conquidecendatly, there was a power outage in Estevan that lasted for under an hour. This outage was unrelated to the storm and was caused by an equipment failure.