Day of stormy weather shaping up in southern Sask.
Many can expect high winds, heavy rain, hail, lightning
Some severe storms were developing and moving around southern Saskatchewan Thursday morning — and it's expected to be that way for most of the day.
At 6 a.m. CST, storms developing around Estevan, Oxbow and Carlyle were producing some sizable hail, strong winds, heavy rain and lots of lightning.
These isolated storms were moving to the east toward the Manitoba border, but more are expected to pop up just south of Regina throughout the rest of the day.
Wind gusts could be around 50 kilometres per hour over a wide section of the province. By the afternoon, the region of severe storms could push as far north as Prince Albert.
Using a mobile device? Here's a handful of today's storm photos so far this morning.