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Tornado warning ended in northern Saskatchewan

Sunday, June 26th 2022, 6:07 pm - Tornadoes are dangerous and can create life-threatening situations. If threatening weather approaches take cover immediately, especially if you hear a roaring sound, see a funnel cloud, swirling debris near the ground, or flying debris.

A tornado warning that was previously issued for Buffalo Narrows and Peter Pond Lake, Saskatchewan has now ended.

Storms along a strong cold front in the northern Prairies prompted Environment Canada and Climate Change to issue a tornado warning on a cell near the Alberta/Saskatchewan border, northeast of Cold Lake.

Rotation was detected briefly late Sunday afternoon as the cell crossed into Saskatchewan, before becoming more disorganized.

We will continue to monitor the forecast for northern Saskatchewan this evening.

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