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Update: severe thunderstorm watch lifted for south Sask

Dozens of RMs are covered.
A severe thunderstorm watch was issued in south Saskatchewan.

SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN - The severe thunderstorm watch for southern Saskatchewan has been lifted. 

"A severe thunderstorm outbreak is possible Sunday afternoon and evening. The primary threat with these severe thunderstorms include damaging wind gusts, large hail and torrential downpours," the advisory stated.

"As the evening progresses, the thunderstorms will expand in coverage and continue to bring a damaging wind and hail risk as they track towards the Manitoba border."

Dozens of RMs were covered by the advisory at different times. The last of the advisories was lifted early Monday, but only after a series of storms passed through southeast Saskatchewan, bringing hail, strong winds, heavy rain and more. 

Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued Saturday for the southeast corner, including the Carlyle, Redvers, Kipling and Wawota areas, among others. will have more details as they become available.