Severe weather made its way through southeast Saskatchewan Sunday afternoon. 

Tornado watches were issued for the region just before noon, with severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings issued in some areas shortly before 3:00 p.m. 

Weyburn would see heavy rains and high winds, but little else when the system passed through around noon. The worst of it moved just to the east and continued to intensify as it headed towards the Manitoba border. 

The worst of the storm started to hit near Creelman and prompted tornado warnings in the Kipling area just before 3:00 p.m. That town would see torrential rains and high winds, with trees being toppled, and streets seeing some localized flooding. The system then continued to move towards the Moosomin area, where there were similar effects. 

There were some reports of funnel clouds in the area, but at this time Environment and Climate Change Canada has not confirmed if there were any tornadoes that touched down in the region. 

The thunderstorm outlook for today is reporting a moderate chance of severe thunderstorms in the southeast for today. Then, the unstable system should be moving out of the area, bringing more heat to the region.