Extreme cold weather warning continues

A period of very cold wind chill is expected.

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The cold arctic ridge of high pressure will remain over the region for several days bringing with it north winds near 40 km/h in Prince George and Stuart-Nechako, 20 km/h in Williston and will create wind chill values near minus 40 starting tonight, warns Environment Canada.

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