Weather summary for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 11:54 a.m. CST Monday 8 July 2019. Discussion. On Sunday, July 7 severe thunderstorms affected much of southern and north-eastern Saskatchewan, prompting severe thunderstorm watches and warnings. Strong wind gusts, heavy rain, hail, and a possible tornado were all reported on July 7. The following is a summary of weather event information received by Environment and Climate Change Canada as of noon, Monday, July 8.
1. Summary of wind gusts in kilometres per hour: Indian Head: 80 Near Cumberland House: 85 2. Summary of rainfall amounts in millimetres: Sceptre: 46 Near Tobin Lake: 38 Nipawin: 32 Weyburn: 25 Limerick: 20.5 Reports of heavy rainfall and strong winds near Cumberland House were also received.
3. Summary of the largest hail reports: Tennis ball to golf ball sized hail (64-45 mm) near Bengough Golf ball to loonie sized hail (45-27mm) near Willow Bunch Golf ball to nickel sized hail (45-21 mm) near Badgerville Golf ball sized hail (45 mm) 3 km south of Crane Valley Golf ball to nickel sized hail (45-21 mm) 10 km north of Ormiston Golf ball to toonie sized hail (45-29 mm) near Spring Valley Golf ball sized hail (45 mm) 16 km south of Glen Ewen Toonie sized hail (29 mm) Lampman Toonie sized hail (29 mm) near Tobin Lake
4. Possible Tornado: Time: 4:34 CST Location: near Mossbank Damage: none reported The meteorologists at the Prairie and Arctic Storm Prediction Centre continue to investigate this possible tornado. If you or anyone you know has additional photos, videos or any other information regarding this event, please email email@example.com or call 1-800-239-0484. Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report. End/PASPC