As records fall, wind chill warnings spread around Sask.

Turns out the groundhog wasn't kidding about more winter — record-setting cold continued for another day around Saskatchewan Wednesday.

Wind chills in -40 range, Environment Canada says

Turns out the groundhog wasn't kidding about more winter — record-setting cold continues for another day around Saskatchewan.

Early Wednesday, a wind chill warning was in effect for Regina and other communities. The temperature was around -30 C, but with the wind factored in, it felt like -41, Environment Canada said.

Cold-weather records for Feb. 5 were set in eight communities in the morning: Assiniboia (-25.5), Cypress Hills (-25.8), Eastend (25.1), Lucky Lake (24.9), Weyburn (-29.3), Spiritwood (-26.9), Rosetown (-27.6) and Maple Creek (-25.8).

Environment Canada also issued wind chill warnings Wednesday for Broadview, Carlyle, Estevan, Fort Qu'Appelle, Indian Head, Melville, Moosomin, Oxbow, Weyburn and Yorkton.