VIDEO: Sask. braces for more severe weather
As city crews in North Battleford and Prince Albert comb through the debris left by Monday’s storms, residents across the province are bracing for yet another episode of wild weather.
Environment Canada today issued a torrent of tornado watches for a number of communities including Saskatoon, Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert and Melfort.
"We are looking at things developing for Regina and Saskatoon for the afternoon and into the evening. That’s the time period for greatest threat," said John Paul Cragg, a meteorologist for Environment Canada.
Regina, Kindersley, Leader, Fort Qu’Appelle and Estevan remain under a severe thunderstorm watch.
Cragg said the storm will begin moving from the southwest and track northeast as the day progresses.
According to the Environment Canada website, warnings for tornadoes can be issued up to 30 minutes ahead of a formation.
With files from News Talk Radio's Bre McAdam
Video from @kurtisdulle near Davidson tweeted at about 2 p.m. on June 26, 2012.