It was a windy day in the southern half of the province on Wednesday. 

“The wind was caused by a low-pressure system that was actually moving from east-central Saskatchewan into Manitoba, and it produced a pretty strong pressure gradient, giving quite strong winds to the area,” explained Dan Fulton, meteorologist with Environment Canada. 

He said Moose Jaw saw reported wind gusts up to 92 km/h yesterday.  

“Strongest reported in the province was Estevan – that got up to 96 km/h, and we had a gust to 85 in Regina,” added Fulton.  

No wind records were broken in the province. 

Thursday will see winds gusting between 50 and 70 km/h.