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Strong wind gusts and penny size hail could be produced.

Sunday storms hit southern Saskatchewan

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Rodrigo Cokting
Staff writer

Sunday, June 8, 2014, 3:47 PM - Some parts of Saskatchewan could be in for a stormy Sunday.

Environment Canada issued a thunderstorm warning for the southern part of the province. This includes the Rural Municipalities of McKillop, Longlaketon, Lumsden, Cupar, Edenwold and North Qu'Appelle.


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A trough is making its way through the Prairies bringing with it the potential for messy weather Sunday afternoon and into the night.

"Meteorologists are tracking a severe thunderstorm capable of producing strong wind gusts and up to penny size hail," said Environment Canada in a statement.

Temperatures will continue to fluctuate throughout the upcoming week.

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