Tornado near Rapid City, Man., had winds of 190 km/h as southern Manitoba endures more severe weather | CBC News

Tornado near Rapid City, Man., had winds of 190 km/h as southern Manitoba endures more severe weather | CBC News
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A severe thunderstorm warning for Winnipeg has ended as southern Manitoba endures yet another evening of serious weather.

Environment Canada issued the warning just after 9 p.m on Tuesday and lifted it less than an hour later. A number of rural communities surrounding the city were also under warnings late into the evening. 

The weather agency said meteorologists were tracking a line of severe thunderstorms that stretched from Lockport to Lake Manitoba that was moving northeast at 60 km/h.

Another line of storms prompted warnings in the Brandon area. Environment Canada said they were capable of producing rainfall in excess of 50 mm.

The line of severe weather stretched from Gregg to Minnedosa to Wawanesa and was moving slowly northeastward, the agency said.

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