Winnipeg under an extreme cold weather warning

Don’t forget your mittens Winnipeg, the city is under an extreme cold warning.

Wind chill could make it feel as cold as -45 C in the city

Environment Canada has put Winnipeg under an extreme cold warning for Sunday through the overnight. (The Associated Press)

Don't forget your mittens Winnipeg, the city is under an extreme cold warning.

Environment Canada put the warning into effect at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, advising Winnipeggers to expect a "period of very cold wind chills."

The weather service says temperatures close to -30 C and winds near 15 to 30 km/h will create wind chills that will make it feel as cold as -45 Sunday night and into Monday morning.

Environment Canada advises dressing warmly and in layers with an outer layer that is wind resistant.
Much of southern Manitoba is under a cold warning as Environment Canada expects temperatures to dip into dangerous territory Sunday night into Monday. (Environment Canada)