Large hail, flooding, powerful winds and lightning were in the forecast for southern parts of Saskatchewan and Manitoba on Sunday.
Tornado watches were issued for Melita, Boissevain and Turtle Mountain Provincial Park in Manitoba.
At around 7:00 p.m. local time, radar picked up a rotating cell in Saskatchewan, prompting tornado warnings in Mount Pleasant, Bienfait, North Portal, Oxbow, Enniskillen and Northgate -- but they were shortly dropped.
Officials are taking this opportunity to remind people to secure outdoor property and remain indoors and away from windows until the storm passes.
"Isolated severe storms are possible for extreme south-eastern Saskatchewan and south-western Manitoba," says Rob Davis, a meteorologist at The Weather Network. "Residents should watch the skies and be aware of updated watches and possible warnings."
Visit the Alerts section of the website to keep up-to-date on the changing conditions.