Be careful out there - an extreme cold warning is in place.
Environment Canada issued the warning early Friday morning in response to a cold arctic air mass has settling over the Central Interior. Add on the wind chill and you'll want to bundle up.
"The combination of cold temperatures and winds will produce wind chills of minus 40 overnight," the agency said. "The wind chill values are expected to ease Saturday afternoon."
As of Friday afternoon, the agency was calling for -42 C with the windchill in the morning, rising to -23 C in the afternoon with wind from northeast at 30 km/h gusting to 50 but becoming light near noon.