We’re not sure if you’ve looked at the weather forecast lately, but some pretty crazy storms have been rolling through Saskatchewan.
Last week, dark clouds descended on the southern half of the province, bringing intense lightning strikes to cities like Regina and Moose Jaw. Only days later, two tornadoes touched down near Nainam, just East of Saskatoon. While we’re pleased to report there haven’t been any injuries or damage, people still managed to snap some incredible images of the storms as they roared on by. Check them out:
First came the menacing, dark clouds
Then came massive lightning strikes that lit up the skies
— NoahBiegler (@Noah_Biegs) June 19, 2016
— Lisa Boychuk (@GFstormchaser) June 19, 2016
— Saskatchewan Weather (@WeatherSask) June 19, 2016
— Craig Boehm (@Skstormchaser) June 19, 2016
Things got a little scary once funnel clouds were spotted
— Peter Quinlan (@PQuinlanGlobal) June 20, 2016
— Fr. Darryl Millette (@frdarryl) June 19, 2016
The weather has since cleared up in most of the province as weather forecasts are calling for clear skies and sun in places like Regina and Moose Jaw. So let’s just hope those storms marked the official beginning of more good weather to come.
Stay dry out there, Saskatchewan.
WATCH: Saskatchewan isn’t the only Canadian province being hit with severe storms, here’s some footage of stormy skies in Alberta.