As bitterly cold temperatures and wind chills continue it’s hold on Saskatchewan, Environment Canada has issued another “Extreme Cold Warning” Friday afternoon.
The warning comes after wind chill values are expected to reach minus 40 levels for many parts of the province, including Regina and all surrounding areas.
The warning is also in effect for Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Prince Albert and The Battlefords.
Go to the Government of Canada’s weather website for a full map of areas included in the warning.
Temperatures are expected to rise significantly come Sunday, with a high of minus nine in the forecast for Regina.