Parts of southern Saskatchewan are expected to be hit with severe thunderstorms on Sunday.

According to Environment and Climate Change Canada, there's a high risk for about half of the southwest to experience weather that includes wind gusts up to 90-100 km/hr, large hail, and potentially tornadoes.

The high-risk area spans from Swift Current to the east of Regina and from south of Val Marie northward past Meadow Lake. 

A smaller portion of the southwest from west of Swift Current to about the Gull Lake area and south past Eastend and Shaunavon are under a moderate risk. These conditions could include hail two to four centimetres in size and wind gusts of 90-100 km/hr.

severe sask weather june 23Graphic courtesy of Evironment and Climate Change Canada Saskatchewan Twitter page