Estevan saw quite the storm come in last week, with the rain sticking around and dumping a good amount of moisture.
That system went across much of the southern prairies, with many locales receiving overcast skies.
Data coming in shows that the southeast saw above an inch of rain in a few different spots.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Terri Lang explains just what their data showed.
We have two weather stations - Environment Canada has one weather station and NAV Canada has another weather station and the rainfall amounts were between 36.8 to 38.8 millimeters in Estevan proper.
While Environment Canada was able to track where the storm was heaviest, more precise measurements weren't possible due to a lack of data.
"The heaviest amounts appear to be towards the US border. We lack observations, so we're relying on what we can glean from radar imagery and model imagery and that type of thing. So it appears that there were heavier amounts probably southwest of Estevan and southeast of Estevan.