The wild weekend weather continues into the week in Southern Sask. ,

On the heels of a very active weekend, Monday night has a more dangerous weather forecast for southern Saskatchewan.

environment and climate change canada Meteorologist Terry Lang says the wild season is not over yet.

“It looks like a very active night with thunderstorms in southern Saskatchewan,” Lang said.

Environment Canada said the most Severe storm Highway 1 is expected to head further south. Lang said people should be prepared for what lies ahead.

Read more:

Heat warning continues in Saskatchewan

“Most of southern Saskatchewan should be prepared for strong thunderstorms tonight and that includes all types of particularly flooding rain, the potential for hail, strong wind gusts and tornadoes,” she said.

Story continues below ad

Lang said thunderstorms are forecast to continue through the night and into Tuesday, but the threat of severe weather should not be as strong in southern Saskatchewan as it will be in Manitoba.

Click to play video: 'Severe thunderstorm season peak: July 18 Saskatchewan weather outlook'

Extreme thunderstorm season: July 18 Saskatchewan weather outlook

Extreme thunderstorm season: July 18 Saskatchewan weather outlook

Regina comes to the risk zone in the afternoon and evening.

Environment Canada encourages residents to be prepared to keep their eyes on the skies and learn how to receive alerts.

Read more:

Five potential tornadoes touch down in Saskatchewan

“We’ve had a very active severe weather season so far,” Lang said. “Learn what to do when severe weather hits.”

Saskatchewan had a wild weekend of weather on Friday with a light show that illuminated the night sky over Regina after the first thunderstorm warnings began.

Story continues below ad

Click to play video: 'Five potential tornado touchdowns in Saskatchewan'

Five Possible Tornado Touchdowns in Saskatchewan

Five Possible Tornado Touchdowns in Saskatchewan – June 30, 2022

Allen, Sask., touched off at least one tornado on Friday and heat warnings were issued throughout most of the southeast of the province, reaching 34 C in the Queen City on Saturday and Sunday.

Before emergency alerts were sent to Regina, tornado warnings were returned on Sunday evening at Moose Jaw, Belle Plaine and Pence. Strong thunderstorm warnings were in place for other parts of the southeast including Weyburn, Estevan, Melville and Indian Head.

Stay tuned with the latest weather updates on Environment Canada website,

Click to play video: 'What to do when a tornado hits Saskatchewan'

What to do if touched by a tornado in Saskatchewan?

What to do when a tornado hits in Saskatchewan – June 20, 2016

© 2022 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.