Severe weather fired up across the Prairies as a Pacific storm made its way into the region.
Large hail and heavy rain was reported in parts of Alberta and southern Saskatchewan. Tornadic activity was also reported in North Dakota, just south of the border.
Callers to The Weather Network Stormline began sending in their reports of the stormy weather early Tuesday evening.
"We had a hail storm that lasted for about fifteen minutes," said one caller from Calgary, Alberta. "Some of the pellets are almost as big as a golf ball."
Gusty winds accompanied by locally heavy downpours persisted through the evening and overnight hours. The storm also tracked into northwestern Ontario where rain showers continued through the early morning on Wednesday.
Up to 30 mm of rain is possible through parts of Manitoba and northwestern Ontario through Thursday.
Visit the Alerts section of the website to keep on top of weather watches across the country.