The B.C. South Coast still has a few days to go in this sunny but frigid arctic air mass, says CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe.

Gusty winds flowing eastward through the valleys will continue to carry arctic air toward the South Coast, bringing wind chills down to the minus double digits each night.

Winds will continue to gust over 50 kilometres per hour in Whistler and the North and Central Coast regions of B.C., causing wind chills to drop to the -20 range and keeping the arctic outflow warnings in place.

There is little change in the forecast for the next three or four days, with blue skies and afternoon highs around -1 C.

It is still unclear as to how and when exactly the transition back to seasonal air will happen. There may be a few flurries Saturday night and again on Sunday, but Monday will be the best chance for any real mountain snow.

Watch Johanna's video outlook in the player above, and catch her full forecast on CBC News Vancouver at 5 and 6.

B.C. wind chills down to the minus double digits