Extreme Cold Warnings Issued for Most of South and Central Manitoba – Winnipeg | The Canadian News

After a snowfall, extremely cold temperatures are now settling in central and southern Manitoba.

Environment Canada issued extreme cold warnings as wind chill values ​​are expected to sit between -40 and -50 over the next few nights. Nighttime temperatures will also be around -30 degrees.

“Bitterly cold temperatures will persist through the week and spread to other parts of Manitoba,” Environment Canada said in a statement.

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Areas under the warning include:

  • Arborg – Hecla – River Fisher – Gypsumville – Ashern
  • Brandon – Neepawa – Carberry – Treherne
  • City of winnipeg
  • Dolphin – Russell – Roblin – Winnipegosis
  • Dugald – Beausejour – Great Beach
  • Killarney – Pilot Mound – Manitou
  • Melita – Boissevain – Turtle Mountain Provincial Park
  • Minnedosa – Riding Mountain National Park
  • Morden – Winkler – Altona – Morris
  • Portage la Prairie – Headingley – Brunkild – Carman
  • Selkirk – Gimli – Stone Wall – Forests
  • You are. Rosa – McCreary – Alonsa – Gladstone
  • Steinbach – St. Adolphe – Emerson – Vita – Richer
  • Swan River – Duck Mountain – Porcupine Provincial Forest
  • Virden – Souris

The weather agency also warns people to limit their time outdoors.

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Indications that your body is too cold include shortness of breath, chest pain, muscle pain, weakness, numbness, and discolored fingers and toes.

The latest weather warnings, alerts and warnings can be found in the Environment Canada website.

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Bitterly cold temperatures still felt in Edmonton

Bitterly cold temperatures still felt in Edmonton

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