snow blizzard

More arctic temperatures and blowing snow are in the forecast for most of southern Manitoba Sunday. (Darren Bernhardt/CBC)

Brace yourself for more bitterly cold weather.

Environment Canada has issued a special weather advisory for most of Southern Manitoba including Winnipeg and Brandon.

A strong arctic cold front is expected to bring strong winds, poor visibility and colder temperatures.

Temperatures on Sunday will fall to the minus 20's, but the wind chill could make it feel more like minus 40.

Winds Sunday morning are expected to gust up to 80 kilometres an hour.

A blizzard warning is also in effect for Churchill and York regions.