Extreme cold warnings in effect again for Winnipeg, southwest Manitoba

It's supposed to feel like –41 in Winnipeg with the windchill today.

Warnings extend throughout southwest corner of Manitoba

Winnipeg is expected to reach a high of –22 C Saturday, but it will feel more like –41 C with the windchill at times during the day. (CBC)
Prepare to experience another day of bone-chilling temperatures in southern Manitoba.
Parts in the province in red are under an extreme cold warning Saturday. (Environment Canada)

Environment Canada has issued an extreme cold warning as far north and west as Swan River. It extends east into Hecla and the surrounding Interlake region, and on down through the south and southwest corner of the province.

The southeast corner will be chilly, too, but isn't included in the cold warning zone.

On the bright side, at least it's expected to be sunny most of the day.

Winnipeg forecast:

  • Mainly sunny
  • High –22 C, –41 with the windchill
  • Wind northwest 20 km/h
  • Partly cloudy in the evening
  • Overnight low of –30 C,  –41 with the windchill

Sunday is expected to be sunny, with winds up to 15 km/h and a high of –22 C.


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