A stretch of hot and humid weather is in the forecast for the rest of the week, coming after stormy conditions on Tuesday led to varying amounts of precipitation in the region yesterday.

It was concentrated towards the northern edge of west-central Saskatchewan as the Environment Canada weather station up around Biggar and Scott are reporting over 33 mm of rain.

Kerrobert and Unity saw noticeable rain dumps thanks to the early morning storm, as at one point streets were actually flooded early on in Unity. 

That's in comparison to the dark skies in Kindersley that produced heavy rain at times, but only to the amount of 8 mm. The Rosetown region only got a slight shot at around 1 mm, and comments down around Elrose shared they continued to stay dry.