Its going to be cold tonight. No way to sugar coat it, or make it easier to take.
Windchills could touch -44, with a low of -32 expected in the Queen City.
Environment Canada has issued an “Extreme Cold Warning” for Regina, and most of Saskatchewan, except for the south west, including Moose Jaw.
The cold air will continue to be with us for a few days, and by the weekend we should see it slowly start to move out, with a return to more average temperatures for this time of the year.
Usually at this time of year we see highs around minus 5, and lows around minus 15.