Extra layers of outer wear probably won’t feel like it’s making much of a difference in Saskatchewan as a low-pressure system has moved into the province and wants to stay.
Environment Canada says along with light flurries, a north wind will continue its invasion of the province Wednesday making daytime highs of minus 14 feel more like minus 30.
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The weather office says there isn’t much respite in the near future – except for some sunshine on Friday – and next week.
Although there are no warnings or alerts in effect, Environment Canada says with such bitter cold, everyone should take every precaution to stay warm.