Weather watches have ended for all of Nova Scotia after many counties experienced thundershowers Friday afternoon.
Severe thunderstorm watches were issued for Halifax, Lunenburg, Pictou and other areas.
Thundershowers rolled through the St. Margarets Bay area late Friday morning, bringing heavy showers and hail.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport reported flight delays as a band of weather moved through the Enfield area.
We're having a thunder&lightning storm, nothing is moving on the air field. Check with your airline for updates or at -> flyhalifax.ca— Halifax Airport (@HfxStanfield) August 8, 2014
Airport officials say operations have since returned to normal with just a few flight delays.
CBC meteorologist Peter Coade says the thundershowers may redevelop again later this evening.