Farmers will be out evaluating the damage after a low pressure system brought some unsettled weather to most of the province yesterday.

Terri Laing - a Meteorologist with Environment Canada says they had lots of reports of hail around the province.

"Nickel-sized hail in Mantario, south of Francis, Halbrite, and Estevan. Golf ball-sized hail west of Eatonia, in Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, and Murraydale. Loonie-sized hail in Griffin, and quarter-sized in Saskatoon and Outlook."

She notes the highest amount of rainfall was in the south end of Saskatoon where 49.3 millimetres fell in about an 90 minutes while Cypress Hills and Estevan each had about 20 millimetres.

Lang also says she expects to see some more rain today.

"On the upside, it looks like there will be more shower activity moving through the province, and even through the southwest today, So, hopefully everybody will be able to benefit from some of those rain showers moving through."

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