Those in Winnipeg might want to bundle up on Sunday morning — with the wind chill, outside feels like –25.

According to Environment Canada, periods of light snow will continue through the morning under cloudy skies. Leading into the afternoon, there is a 30 per cent chance of flurries.

Northeast winds are gusting around 30 km/h in the morning and around noon, they will go down to about 20 km/h. 

On Sunday night, blowing snow is expected to sweep the city, forming around two to four centimetres. Winds are expected to gust all the way to 60 km/h by midnight. The low will drop to –24 C, but that will feel like –38 with the windchill.

On Monday, blowing snow will continue in the morning with winds gusting between 40 and 60 km/h. The high is expected to reach –17 C, and on Tuesday, that high is expected to rise to –8 C.