While another bout of severe thunderstorm warnings made their move across Saskatchewan on Wednesday, including the southeastern region, nothing too serious seems to have resulted. That said, the system did show it's strength.
"There were reports coming out of Yellow Grass of dime sized hail and wind gusts of 115 kilometers an hour, so quite strong winds. There was larger hail reported in the province, but that was farther north in the Hudson Bay area where around 5 PM they got ping pong ball sized hail," said Justin Share with Environment Canada.
Now gazing ahead, he noted that a few thunderstorms hanging around the area in the morning should clear out before noon, and clear skies with decent temperatures for most of the rest of the week.