Extreme cold warning ended for southern Saskatchewan

Environment and Climate Change Canada issued another cold warning for the southern half of the province this morning but it has now ended.

Regina was seeing wind chills valued at -40 degrees.

Even though the warning has ended, the wind chill is still expected to be valued between -20 and -30 degrees this afternoon and evening.

Environment and Climate Change Canada says, “If it’s too cold for you to stay outside, it’s too cold for your pet to stay outside.”

However, temperatures are expected to rise near seasonal tomorrow.

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