The Ministry of the Environment of Canada states that thetornadolanded when Saskatchewan was hit by stormy weather on Thursday.
Environment Canadareportedly detected tornadoes in both Morse, Saskatchewan and Central Butte, Saskatchewan.
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Initially, meteorologists weren't sure if there were one or two tornadoes landing in each of those areas.
"I was trying to see if these locations were so close that I was trying to see if they were the same one or two different tornadoes that probably originated from two different storm cells." Meteorologist Terri Lang explains. Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Lang states that no damage from the tornado has been reported.
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Twenty-two tornado warnings have been issued in the southern and central parts of the state.
She estimates that well over 100 severe weather warnings have been issued.
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Heavy thunderstorms cause strong winds and hailstones hit some areas.
"There were a lot of reports of hail across the state (was). The biggest we've seen was a golf ball-sized hail in the Yorkton area, but the Last Mountain Lake area. It was near a golf ball-sized hail. At Regina Beach, I saw some hail that looked like it was approaching a golf ball-sized hail. It's a very good size, "Lang adds.
She says she can send photos and videos of Thursday's storm activity to the Canadian Ministry of the Environment.
People can email their photos and videos email@example.com post them on Twitter and use the hashtag #skstorm.
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