The city of Regina has joined many other centres across the province; under an extreme cold weather warning.
Environment Canada meteorologist Mike McDonald says the Prairie provinces can expect frigid temperatures as a weather system moves south.
In fact, cold weather warnings have been issued in parts of the province, including Saskatoon.
At 5:50 a.m.the city of Saskatoon recorded a temperature of -34.8 C. When you factor in the wind chill, and it feels like -41.
Saskatoon and areas in central and northern Saskatchewan are under an extreme cold weather warnings.
Other areas include Humboldt, Watrous, Spiritwood and Watrous.
McDonald says average highs across Saskatchewan will be in the mid minus teens to low minus twenties for at least the next week, with windchills approaching minus 30.
The average daytime high for this time of year is around minus 11.
Regina will also be in a deep-freeze to start the short-work-week.
Environment Canada says there may be some milder temperatures early next week, but it’s also expected any slight warm-up could come with snow.
Frostbite on exposed skin is possible within 10 minutes in this weather, and there is a heightened risk of hypothermia.
The City of Regina says anyone in need of a warm, safe place to stay, or who encounters someone in need of help, contact Mobile Crisis Services: 306-757-0127.