Saturday's bitter cold across the province wasn't a one-trick pony.
Again today Environment Canada is issuing extreme cold warnings for much of Saskatchewan.
The wind chill is expected to be –40 C or colder across the western part of the province today, and the eastern part tonight.
Western Saskatchewan is the coldest, with temperatures on the thermometer of –32 to –35.
Some cloud and snow across the southwest on Monday should bring some relief in time for the work week.
Extreme cold warning issued for:
- Leader - Gull Lake
- Swift Current - Herbert - Cabri - Kyle - Lucky Lake
- Shaunavon - Maple Creek - Val Marie - Cypress Hills
- City of Regina
- Moose Jaw - Pense - Central Butte - Craik
- Fort Qu'Appelle - Indian Head - Lumsden - Pilot Butte
- Assiniboia - Gravelbourg - Coronach
- Estevan - Weyburn - Radville - Milestone
- Yorkton - Melville - Esterhazy
- Moosomin - Grenfell - Kipling - Wawota
- Carlyle - Oxbow - Carnduff - Bienfait - Stoughton
- City of Saskatoon
- Martensville - Warman - Rosthern - Delisle - Wakaw
- Outlook - Watrous - Hanley - Imperial - Dinsmore
- Humboldt - Wynyard - Wadena - Lanigan - Foam Lake
- Meadow Lake - Big River - Green Lake - Pierceland
- The Battlefords - Unity - Maidstone - St. Walburg
- Kindersley - Rosetown - Biggar - Wilkie - Macklin