The rain and thunderstorm warnings aren’t over yet. 

Rosanne Carlsen, meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada, said they’re keeping their eye on a system capable of producing thunderstorms moving from Alberta to Saskatchewan. “It’s kind of a larger system – spreads a little bit farther south into Montana as well.” 

She said classic thunderstorms are expected closer to the southern border. Moose Jaw is more likely to see a rainfall event, with 20 to 30 mm of rain expected. “We kind of have two shots of rainfall that we’re expecting for Moose Jaw.” 

“We’re expecting rain to develop this afternoon into the overnight period, and then a little bit of a break Friday morning, and then some more showers in Friday afternoon for the Moose Jaw area.” 

With the potential for thunderstorms, Carlsen urges people to keep updated on the weather.