Heavy rain to stall over southern Saskatchewan overnight and Monday
Sunday, May 18, 2014, 8:38 PM -
Heavy rain continues to soak parts of southern Alberta and Saskatchewan, with the heaviest amounts falling along the border.
Environment Canada issued a special weather statement for the region, stating the system will intensify Sunday evening and then stall over southern Saskatchewanon Victoria Day.
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"As the system stalls on Monday, the area of rain will persist over southeastern regions which may give local rainfall amounts up to 50 mm," writes the agency.
A severe thunderstorm warning was issued Sunday for communities around Spondin and Scapa, northeast of Hanna.
For southern Alberta, meanwhile, isolated non-severe thunderstorms are expected through the overnight, while continuing on holiday Monday.
The system is expected to weaken Monday night and Tuesday as it moves into southern Manitoba.
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