fort qu'appelle, saskatchewanSome homes and farms in the Fort Qu'Appelle area have been without power for about a day.

A day after power was knocked out amid stormy weather, some people in the Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask. area were still in the dark.

Audrey Schill, who farms south of the town, told CBC News at around 7:30 a.m. CST that she and her neighbours had been without power for 22 hours.

Schill has a generator keeping water out of her basement at the moment, but her fridge and deep freeze are getting warm. 

She said she has not heard anything from SaskPower and just gets a recording when she calls.

Sask Power said its crews continue to fix individual outages around Fort Qu’Appelle due to storm damages.

In a tweet in response to a CBC news request for information, SaskPower said about 10 rural customers were still without power at 8:30 a.m. Friday.

The utility said a strong wind storm moved through the area around 9 a.m. the day before.

The company also said customers can call 306-310-2220 for information or to register for a callback.

There are no estimated times of repair, but crews continue to work as fast as they can, SaskPower said.

Wettest and Windiest Communities

Saskatchewan communities that received the most rain and wind on June 20, 2013

Location Total Precip. Peak Wind Speed
Assiniboia Aiport 15.5mm 80km/h
Bratt's Lake 23.5mm 83km/h
Broadview 21.5mm 104km/h
Coronach 23.2mm 76km/h
Indian Head AAFC 25.0mm 67km/h
Last Mountain 24.8mm 54km/h
Mankota 18.6mm 98km/h
Moose Jaw 32.7mm 85km/h
Regina 32.1mm 76km/h
Rosetown Airport 20.9mm 72km/h
Saskatoon 12.1mm 67km/h
Watrous 27.8mm 65km/h
Weyburn 17.8mm 89km/h
Source: Environment Canada