UPDATE: The extreme cold warning has ended.


Looks like we have to get through just one more day of typical Manitoba cold weather before we get an extended break from it.

An extreme cold warning issued by Environment Canada is in effect for the Dauphin-Russel-Roblin-Winnipegosis area as an arctic system that's on its way out of the prairies is leaving some pretty chilly temperatures and winds in its wake.

Temperatures hovering around -30 combined with winds capable of making it feel like -40 to -45 are expected this morning, however conditions should improve later today. The good news is that after today, the forecasted highs for the rest of the week are all near or above 0.

You can view the full warning from Environment Canada here. If you need to head out on the highways, check road conditions before you go. Also listen for the Speedy Glass road conditions report on 730 CKDM radio at 7:20 am and 3:30 pm.

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