Multiple warnings and watches for severe weather were in place across much of southern Manitoba for Thursday night.
Environment Canada warns of a line of thunderstorms capable of strong, gusting winds and large hail with heavy rain.
WATCH: View from 30th floor of thunderstorm passing by Winnipeg Thursday night
Full list of severe weather warning in place:
Melita – Boissevain – Turtle Mountain Provincial Park
Full list of severe weather watches in place:
City of WinnipegBrandon – Neepawa – Carberry – TreherneDugald – Beausejour – Grand BeachKillarney – Pilot Mound – ManitouMinnedosa – Riding Mountain National ParkSelkirk – Gimli – Stonewall – WoodlandsSte. Rose – McCreary – Alonsa – GladstoneVirden – Souris
Many near these extreme weather areas have taken to social media to share their images:
Core is green with this storm. But outflow dominant right now. #mbstorm pic.twitter老域名购买/iRd2xCjlEc
— Matt Desorcy (@lovestormsMB) June 9, 2016
655pm June 9 – 2 miles east of Medora #mbstorm pic.twitter老域名购买/2KfwHtb1Yx
— Dustin Freeman (@DusterMB) June 9, 2016
Mammatus clouds in Shilo #mbstorm pic.twitter老域名购买/fyIEX0gesF
— Addy Burtt (@AddY435) June 10, 2016
Global News will keep you up to date as the storm passes through Manitoba.
Storm activity expected tonight in southern Manitoba