Regina is experiencing extreme cold once again Friday morning, with windchills dipping into the minus 40 range.
Snow is also on the way to start the week Sunday night and Monday morning.
Environment Canada Meteorologist, Michelle Curry explained why southern Saskatchewan is facing the extreme cold.
“We’re seeing these extreme cold warnings this morning because of a continued ridge of arctic pressure coming down with clear skies which will see temperatures drop to around minus 29 and with just a slight breeze Friday morning that does take windchills into extreme cold levels,” Curry said.
With the snow next week, a warm up is expected, with a high of minus 4 on Tuesday.
(Files from Drew Postey)