Bundle up, Manitoba: almost all of the province is under extreme cold warning.
The warnings came into effect shortly after 3:15 p.m. On Sunday, they range from the far north of the province to the US border.
The only part of the province not included in the warning is the southeast tip, including Whiteshell, Lac du Bonnet, Pinawa, Sprague, and Northwest Angle Provincial Park.
Environment Canada says that a cold mass of Arctic air will remain in Manitoba for the next few days. It is expected that extreme wind reefs will surpass -40 in most of southern Manitoba and -45 in northern Manitoba.
Extreme cold alerts are published by Environment Canada when very cold temperatures or windfalls pose a high risk, such as freezing and hypothermia.
The Canadian environment says that a hot front that is about to bring Manitoba to freezing on Wednesday.
Go to the Canada Environment website to get the latest forecast information.