Possible Tornadoes, Rain, Wind, and Hail Across Alberta and Saskatchewan
On Sunday there were several severe weather events across Alberta and Saskatchewan.
In Alberta, there may have been a tornado 18 km west of Lomond. No damage was reported, however, Environment and Climate Change Canada continue to investigate.
There was also large hail and strong wind gusts.
Large hail reports included hen egg sized hail 5.5 cm 10 km southeast of Nanton, golf ball sized hail 4.5 cm 15 km northeast of Champion and walnut-sized hail 3.3 cm 5 km west of Vulcan.
In Travers, there was a wind gust of 87 km/h and a gust to 80 km/h in Priddis.
In Saskatchewan, there were strong wind gusts, heavy rain, hail, and a possible tornado.
Indian Head reported a wind gust of 80 km/h and 85 km/h near Cumberland House.
Sceptre: 46 mm
Near Tobin Lake: 38 mm
Nipawin: 32 mm
Weyburn: 25 mm
Limerick: 20.5 mm
Tennis ball to golf ball sized hail (64-45 mm) near Bengough
Golf ball to loonie sized hail (45-27mm) near Willow Bunch
Golf ball to nickel sized hail (45-21 mm) near Badgerville
Golf ball sized hail (45 mm) 3 km south of Crane Valley
Golf ball to nickel sized hail (45-21 mm) 10 km north of Ormiston
Golf ball to toonie-sized hail (45-29 mm) near Spring Valley
Golf ball sized hail (45 mm) 16 km south of Glen Ewen
Toonie sized hail (29 mm) Lampman
Toonie sized hail (29 mm) near Tobin Lake
There was a possible tornado near Mossbank. There was no damage reported.
Based on ECCC Data