After a significant dump of snow, many areas in Saskatchewan are now seeing frigid temperatures.
Regina broke a 98 year old record on Thursday morning when the temperature dropped to minus 27.7, with windchill factors around or below minus 30.
Environment Canada says exposed skin can freeze in 15 minutes with values at that level.
The old record set back in 1919 was minus 23.9.
The forecast is expected to gradually improve over the weekend with temperatures climbing just above zero by next Tuesday.