Storm chasers converge on Saskatchewan

People with a fascination for extreme weather are checking out Saskatchewan.

People with a fascination for extreme weather are checking out Saskatchewan.

On Wednesday, as officials from Environment Canada noted conditions were good for the development of thunderstorms and possible tornadoes, some storm chasers made their way to the province.

Among them are Reed Timmer and Sean Schofer, both associated with TVNWeather an online blog.

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