A widespread rainstorm has rolled across the Southwest, bringing welcome precipitation to Palliser’s Triangle. 

As the storm fizzles out across the province, Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) reports impressive precipitation measurements. The Highest in the Southwest was 20 mm in Rockglen, followed closely by 17 mm in Mankota, and 15 mm in Swift Current. 

Stephen Berg, meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada, detailed the system that brought today's moisture. 

“It's covered largely the entire southwest part of Saskatchewan, less so along the Alberta border, but it started early in the morning and it's continuing moving towards the northeast,” explained Berg. “Much of southern Saskatchewan has gotten something today for precipitation.” 

According to ECCC, tomorrow night may see some showers as well, and there is nothing very concrete beyond that, with patterns changing quickly.