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The cell that was nearly stationary around Coronation, Alberta yesterday,
slowly moved into North Battleford (Sask) overnight and has just begun to
break apart and spread north-east into the "tree-line" north of
Prince Albert. I am excited to see that Saskatoon is in the clear
slot today but the capes are highest much further west, into
Alberta. The gulf stream is quite strong again today which should
give any storms that fire up the potential to rotate. I'm hoping to
see something early this afternoon in the North Saskatchewan River
valley but it may be just wishful thinking. Time and money are not
limitless but the opportunities to see a tornado do not come around
every day in this part of the country. Friday should bring these
systems further north and east into central Saskatchewan then it
will dip down into southern Manitoba for Friday night and Saturday.

It is still pretty clear here in Saskatoon but central Montana looks very active right now. Too far away for me I'm afraid.

We had some isolated Severe T-Storms come up through southeastern BC last night. It looks like their might be some action again this evening.