A slight chance of precipitation in Swift Current panned out a few different times yesterday.

Parts of the city picked up rainfall around 5 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.m. that amounted to .7 millimetres.

Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) had pegged the chance for showers on Wednesday at 30 per cent due to a weak low-pressure system passing through Saskatchewan.

"Nothing to write home about, it was sort of a hit-and-miss thing," ECCC Meteorologist Terri Lang said.

While the precipitation is now gone, however, something else could move into southwestern Saskatchewan.

"Probably be replaced by a little bit of smoke, unfortunately," she said. "It's coming behind with westerly and northwesterly wind."

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