Severe Weather Summary: July 16, 2021
Severe weather activity occurred in all three Prairie provinces between July 3 and 16, 2021. The primarily severe weather events were hail-related, with Alberta and Saskatchewan both being impacted by numerous hail events. Manitoba was less affected, but also saw some hail storms. This period in early July saw activity increase relative to the previous two-week period in late June. The table below summarizes severe weather events over the past two weeks:
Hail affected many parts of Saskatchewan over the past two weeks, with the two largest affected areas being north of Regina and along the US border. The map belows shows the townships (6 mi by 6 mi areas) affected by hail between July 3 and 16, 2021.
The normal peak of severe weather activity on the Prairies has just passed. However, late July into early August is often quite active for severe weather. Severe weather activity usually begins to noticeably drop later in August. To learn more about how we monitor these severe events, or to purchase hail maps, click the button below!
Disclaimer: All data is preliminary and subject to change. This data is not for reuse. If you would like quality-controlled data, please contact us.