UPDATE – 2018 is going to go out in frigid fashion.
Most of the province remains under an extreme cold warning by Environment Canada, including Regina and Saskatoon.
The weather office says expect periods of extreme wind chills between -40 C to -45 C in central and southeastern Saskatchewan on Monday, frost bite can occur in minutes.
Environment Canada meteorologist Robyn Dyck said after that, things will warm up.
“We do have some westerly winds setting up bringing in a whole bunch of warmer pacific air Wednesday and into Thursday,” Dyck Said.
The high for Wednesday is -2, with above zero temperatures in the forecast Thursday and Friday.