Some unsettled weather is heading to parts of southern Manitoba.

The lastest warnings for the possibility of severe thunderstorms now include the southeastern corner of the province, from Dugald - Beausejour - Grand Beach including: 

  • R.M. of Springfield including Oakbank Anola and Birds Hill Prov. Park 

and Steinbach - St. Adolphe - Dominion City - Vita - Richer comprising:

  • R.M. of Ste. Anne including Ste. Anne and Richer
  • R.M. of Tache including Lorette Ste-Geneviève and Landmark

Environment Canada had earlier Saturday issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Minnedosa - Neepawa - Russell - Riding Mountain National Park including: 

  • R.M. of Archie including McAuley Manson and Willen
  • R.M. of Miniota including Miniota and Bird Tail Creek Res.​
  • R.M. of Archie including McAuley Manson and Willen​
  • R.M. of Blanshard including Oak River and Cardale
  • R.M. of Hamiota including McConnell and Lavinia
  • R.M. of Saskatchewan including Rapid City and Basswood

The weather forecaster said its meteorologists are tracking a "cluster of severe thunderstorms capable of producing very strong wind gusts, dime to nickel size hail and heavy rain."

The agency also issued severe thunderstorm watches for: 

  • Dauphin - Roblin - Winnipegosis​
  • Virden - Souris​ 
  • Melita - Boissevain - Turtle Mountain Provincial Park

covering essentially the whole southwestern corner of the province. 

Severe thunderstorm watches are still in effect for the Ste. Rose - McCreary - Alonsa - Gladstone regions, as well as Arborg - Hecla - Fisher River - Gypsumville - Ashern.