To say it’s a bit chilly outside would be quite the understatement.
Environment Canada has issued yet another extreme cold warning across both Northern and Southern Saskatchewan on Saturday.
Temperatures are expected to dip into the -30 C range, and — thanks to westerly winds — the weather agency said windchill values are expected to reach -40 C to -45 C Saturday morning, with the coldest values hitting southeast Saskatchewan.
However, things are expected to warm up throughout the day, with temperatures in the -20 C range and windchills near -30 C this afternoon.
Those extreme windchill values of -40 C or lower are possible again overnight throughout southeast, before a milder Pacific airmass creeps across the province beginning Sunday.
But take heart as most of Canada is experiencing some sort of uncomfortable winter weather.
The weather office has issued warnings and advisories for most of the nation – from snowfall to extreme cold.
And winter hasn’t even officially started.