Swift Current and the southwest are set to have a second batch of severe weather on tap within the last 24 hours.

A low-pressure system sweeping in from Alberta has placed the region under a severe thunderstorm watch with precipitation expected to hit the area this afternoon and evening.

Environment and Climate Change Canada Meteorologist Stephen Berg said Swift Current received upwards of 10 millimetres last night with more on its way.

"The conditions are quite ripe for some pretty decent thunderstorm activity in that area," he said.

North Battleford had the largest hail reported yesterday with marble-sized, although parts of the southwest saw some that were pea-sized hail. Today's system could produce more severe weather according to Berg.

"If a warning is issued, it means that a severe thunderstorm or potentially a tornado is imminent or occurring and to take cover as soon as possible," he said.

The largest wind gust from yesterday's storm was in Val Marie at 70 km/hr.