اخبار العرب-كندا 24: الخميس 25 مايو 2023 11:58 مساءً
Thunderstorms have peppered much of Western Canada for the last couple days, but a more favourable setup for severe weather on multiple days has taken shape for late week across the southern Prairies, primarily focused on southern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba.
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An upper-level low spinning over the Pacific Northwest is ejecting surface lows into southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba this week, triggering a widespread chance of storms for multiple days. The potential is there for several rounds of severe weather for some areas.
Areas: Scattered thunderstorms are forecast to continue Thursday across southern Saskatchewan, with the risk area shifting a bit farther east to include southwestern Manitoba
Timing: Afternoon and evening
Weather: As a slow moving boundary continues to track east across the region, storms will initiate through the late afternoon and into the evening across southeastern parts of Saskatchewan.
Severe thunderstorms are likely to develop as strong dynamics will support wind gusts that could reach nearly 100 km/h, and large hail that could reach ping pong ball-size or possibly larger. As the storms are moving northeast, there is the chance for multiple thunderstorms to track over the same regions, which could bring the threat of some localized flooding.
Areas: As the slow moving boundary shifts to the east, there is the threat for storms in southeastern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba.
Weather: Severe thunderstorms are expected with the same threats as Thursday, although the storms look to be a little bit less widespread. Strong wind gusts, heavy rain and large hail would be the risks with storms that do develop.
Stay alert and monitor the forecast for updates. Have a plan and a place to head indoors if the weather changes.
Watches mean conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms.
Warnings mean they are imminent or occurring in your area.
Stay tuned to The Weather Network for more forecast updates on the Prairies.
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