Thunderstorm Full Report

SaskLightning Thunderstorm Report
Tracking 7 thunderstorms        Report updated at 21/07/2018 9:31:06 AM
TStorm
ID
Distance
in kms
Bearing
Degrees
Storm
Intensity
Current
Trend
Strikes
per/min
Peak
per/min
Total
Strikes
Cloud to
Ground
Cloud to
Cloud
Positive
CG
Negative
CG
E-5154
392
329.9
Weak
No change
4
5
59
36
23
1
35
F-5435
68
132.6
Weak
Undetermined
3
52
5034
1320
3714
904
416
F-71
79
103.7
Weak
No change
5
6
49
19
30
7
12
M-4738
65
153.6
Weak
Weakening
1
19
278
112
166
57
55
U-4711
73
181.7
Moderate
No change
23
43
572
224
348
66
158
J-6182
70
205.2
Weak
No change
3
13
81
30
51
17
13
I-698
414
7.4
Weak
No change
1
7
38
20
18
7
13

Not to be used for the protection of life & property

SaskLightning cannot guarantee the accuracy of the lightning detector. The accuracy of a Boltek detector is determined by many factors - placement of the detector, electromagnetic interference, distance from strokes, storm intensity, etc. Out to about 400Km, a Boltek detector is surprisingly accurate. Beyond that, it can sense direction and intensity but usually gets distance incorrect.

Seek proper shelter well in advance of approaching lightning whenever possible. It is important to remember that thunderstorms can develop quickly and with little warning. Lightning can be present in significant amounts even when NexStorm is not tracking any structured thunderstorms.

Environment Canada has a good page discussing lightning safety. A link to this page is provided under Quick Links to the left. They also have a pdf document available discussing Severe Summer Weather. I highly recommend you read that document.