Extreme cold, Arctic outflow, snowfall, blizzard warnings across Canada

8 Dec 2016 – minus 40 C (-40 F) range by Friday morning. Far colder in some areas


Extreme Cold Warning for more than 50 locations (See link below)

With overnight low temperatures in the minus thirties (Celsius) and light easterly winds, wind chill values are expected to reach the minus 40 C (-40 F) range by Friday morning. Wind chill values will abate late Friday morning when temperatures begin to rise.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?ab1#224316131542852133201612080501ww1575cwwg(also ab4, ab28, ab5 and ab24 in the address link for the other affected areas)


Extreme cold warnings for the B.C. North Peace River and B.C. South Peace River regions (no temperatures given).


Extreme Cold Warning in effect for Yoho Park – Kootenay Park region. Very cold wind chills expected.

Cold Arctic air has settled over the Yoho-Kootenay Park region. The cold temperatures in combination with light winds have generated wind chills below minus 35 degree Celsius (-31 F). With no warming trend in sight, these wind chills are expected to persist at least into the end of the week.


Arctic outflow warning in effect for Central Coast – coastal sections, Central Coast – inland sections, Fraser Valley – east including Chilliwack, Howe Sound, North Coast – coastal sections, North Coast – inland sections and Whistler regions.

Northern areas: An arctic ridge of high pressure over the BC interior will continue to give strong outflow winds through the mainland inlets and valleys of the central and north coast. The strong winds combined with low temperatures will give wind chill values near minus 20 C (-4 F).

The Arctic outflow conditions will persist through Friday.

Southern areas: A strengthening arctic ridge of high pressure over the B.C. interior will continue to bring strong outflow winds over Howe Sound, Whistler and the eastern Fraser Valley tonight. The combination of strong winds and low temperatures will cause wind chill values to drop to near minus 20 degrees Celsius and persist through Friday morning.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc48#911081882005494413201612060502ww1171cwvr(also bc37, bc40, bc40, bc41, bc49, bc9 and bc39 in the address link for the other affected areas).

Snowfall warnings for the East Vancouver Island, Fraser Valley – east including Chilliwack, Fraser Valley – west including Abbotsford, Greater Victoria, Inland Vancouver Island, Metro Vancouver, Southern Gulf Islands, Sunshine Coast and West Vancouver Island regions, with amounts of 10 to 20 cm (3.9″ to 7.9″) to 25 cm (9.8″) at higher elevations.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc46#171017238850714393201612080502ww1171cwvr(also bc40, bc43, bc45, bc42, bc51, bc38 and bc44 in the address link for the other affected areas)


Snowfall warnings for the Bonavista North, Bonavista Peninsula, Clarenville and vicinity, Gander and vicinity and Terra Nova regions, with amounts to 15 cm (5.9″).

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nl3#184422089574802649201612080507ww1676cwhx(also nl15, nl1, nl20 and nl16 in the address link for the other affected areas)


Extreme Cold Warning in effect for Fort Good Hope Region and South Delta Region including Ft. McPherson – Tsiigehtchic regions

Wind chill values near minus 50 C (-58 F) will persist until late Friday morning.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nt27#230126784542852133201612080501ww1171cwnt(also nt26 in the address link for the South Delta warning)

Blizzard warning in effect for Paulatuk and Ulukhaktok regions

Blizzard conditions with poor visibility in snow and blowing snow expected to develop overnight in Ulukhaktok and Friday morning in Paulatuk.

Blizzard conditions with westerly winds of 50 gusting to 80 km/h (31.1 to 49.7 mph) will begin in Ulukhaktok overnight. Winds will diminish late Friday afternoon and visibilities will improve.

Blizzard conditions with southerly winds of 70 gusting to 90 km/h (43.5 to 55.9 mph) will begin in Paulatuk Friday morning. Winds will diminish Friday evening and visibilities will improve.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nt10#1108001521663408009201612080501ww1272cwnt(also nt12 in the address link for the Ulukhaktok warning)


Blizzard warning in effect for Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven and Kugluktuk regions

Widespread blizzard conditions with poor visibility in snow and blowing snow are expected in parts of the Kitikmeot on Friday. Blizzard conditions will begin late overnight in Cambridge Bay and Friday morning at Kugluktuk and Gjoa Haven. Visibilities in all regions will begin to improve Friday evening.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nu7#201633945542852133201612080501ww1474cwnt(also nu8 and nu6 in the address link for the other affected areas)


Snow squall warnings (see links below for more than 50 locations)

Amounts up to 25 cm (9.8″) during the passage of a cold front.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?on18#1346085691772752683201612080503ww1171cwto(also on9, on20, on38 and on11 in the address link for the other affected areas)

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?on47#195757643451902297201612080503ww1171cwto(also on20, on40, on21, on19 and on36 in the address link for the other affected areas)

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?on41#2056289321772752683201612080503ww1171cwto(also on24, on38 and on43 in the address link for the other affected areas)


Snow squall warnings for the Lac-Etchemin area and Sainte-Marie-de-Beauce area regions. No amounts given.



Extreme Cold Warning in effect for Old Crow region

A prolonged period of very cold wind chills is expected.

An arctic ridge has built over the Yukon and will gradually weaken on Friday. Consequently very cold air will reside over the northern Yukon tonight and through Friday. The combination of these winds with temperatures in the low minus forties (Celsius) in low lying areas will allow wind chill values to fall below minus 50 C (-58 F) tonight. The extreme cold is expected to persist into Friday evening.



Thanks to Terry Homeniuk for these links

4 thoughts on “Extreme cold, Arctic outflow, snowfall, blizzard warnings across Canada”

  1. Sounds awful! … but maybe be careful who you share this info with…

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    Maybe some nice Canadians with more common sense could be persuaded to swap places with them?

  2. Chill factor minus 60 degrees in Greenland!
    Hurricane and massive frost in Qaanaaq
    Environment · December 9, 2016 · 05:22 by Jonas Fievé · Tags: Qaanaaq, DMI
    A toxic cocktail in northern Greenland is causing the ice out of Qaanaaq is broken up.
    This is because according to DMI a hurricane raging in the area, with gusts up to 50 meters per second, while the temperature plummeted to minus 22 degrees
    – The kind of temperatures are normal in Greenland in the winter, but it is extremely rare that they occur in connection with such strong winds. In this case goes deep cold air all the way up to the tropopause, and when there will come a strong low pressure over, then conditions extreme, says meteorologist Erik Hansen.
    Also read School in Qaanaaq closed because of storm.
    Qaanaaq is located on the south side of a mountain, and when it blows with a deep cold air from the north, so channeled wind down the back of the mountain, so the city almost comes to lie in a cold waterfall of heavy air.
    – It means that when you move out – and do not worry, it’s not someone who does – it feels cold cf. chill factor as something close to 60 degrees below zero.

  3. Extreme cold warnings dominate the prairie provinces.


    3:44 PM MST Friday 09 December 2016
    Extreme Cold Warning in effect for:

    Co. of St. Paul near Ashmont St. Vincent and St. Lina, Elk Point and St. Edouard, Lindbergh and Frog Lake and St. Paul and Lafond; Improvement District 349 including Cold Lake Air Weapons Range; Lac La Biche Co. near Fork Lake, Heart Lake, Lac La Biche and Square Lake, Lakeland Prov. Park and Rec. Area, Plamondon Hylo and Avenir, Crow Lake Prov. Park and Wiau Winefred and Grist Lakes; M.D. of Bonnyville near Beaverdam, Bonnyville Ardmore and Kehewin Res., Cold Lake and City of Cold Lake. Fishing Lake Smt, Glendon and Moose Lake and La Corey Wolf Lake and Truman; Smoky Lake Co. near Buffalo Lake and Kikino Smts, Vilna Saddle Lake and Whitefish Lake and Smoky Lake and Waskatenau; City of Edmonton – St. Albert – Sherwood Park; Brazeau Co. near Drayton Valley and Breton; Co. of Wetaskiwin near Alder Flats and Winfield, Pigeon Lake and Wetaskiwin Millet and Hwy 2; Leduc Co. near Calmar and Devon and Warburg Thorsby, Pigeon Lake, Leduc Beaumont and Kavanagh and New Sarepta and Rolly View; Ponoka Co. near Crestomere and Rimbey Bluffton and Hoadley; R.M. of Wood Buffalo near Fort MacKay and Wallace Creek. Fort McMurray and Anzac, Gipsy Lake and Whitemud Falls, Grand Rapids Wildland Prov. Park, Janvier South and Conklin, Mariana Lake and Stony Mtn Prov. Park and Engstrom Lake; Co. of Minburn near Vegreville Inland and Warwick, Innisfree Lavoy and Ranfurly and Minburn and Mannville; Co. of Two Hills near Willingdon and Hairy Hill, Myrnam and Derwent and Two Hills and Brosseau; Elk Island Nat. Park; Fort Saskatchewan and Nrn Strathcona Co.; Lamont Co. near Andrew and Wostok, Bruderheim Lamont and Peno Creek and Mundare Chipman and Ukrainian Village; Sturgeon Co. near Bon Accord Gibbons and Namao and Redwater; Thorhild Co. near Thorhild Opal and Radway and Newbrook and Long Lake Prov. Park; Co. of Grande Prairie near Beaverlodge Hythe and Demmitt, Grande Prairie and Wembley and Sexsmith and La Glace; M.D. of Greenview near DeBolt, Little Smoky, O’Brien Prov. Park and Big Mtn Creek, Sturgeon Lake, Valleyview and New Fish Creek, Wapiti and Shuttler Flats Rec. Area and Fox Creek; Beaver Co. near Holden and Ryley, Tofield and Viking and Kinsella; Camrose Co. near Bawlf and Rosalind, Camrose and Bittern Lake, Hay Lakes and Miquelon Lake Prov. Park and New Norway Edberg and Ferintosh; Flagstaff Co. near Daysland Heisler and Strome; Strathcona Co. near Ardrossan and Cooking Lake; City of Lloydminster Alb.; Co. of Vermilion River near Dewberry and Clandonald, Islay and McNabb Sanctuary, Kitscoty and Marwayne, Paradise Valley, Tulliby Lake and Vermilion; Flagstaff Co. near Alliance and Bellshill Lake, Killam and Sedgewick and Lougheed and Hardisty; M.D. of Provost near Czar Metiskow and Cadogan, Hughenden Amisk and Kessler and Provost and Hayter; M.D. of Wainwright near Chauvin Dillberry Lake and Roros, Edgerton and Koroluk Landslide, Irma and Wainwright; Birch Hills Co. near Eaglesham and Hwy 740 and Wanham and Peoria; Clear Hills Co. near Chinchaga Wildland Prov. Park, Cleardale Worsley and Cherry Point, Hines Creek and Eureka River; Co. of Northern Lights near Dixonville and Cardinal Lake and Manning and Notikewin Prov. Park; M.D. of Big Lakes near High Prairie and Winagami Lake, Driftpile Faust and Kinuso, Enilda and Joussard, Hilliard’s Bay Prov. Park and Big Point, Gift Lake and Peavine Smts and Swan Hills; M.D. of Fairview including Fairview Whitelaw and Dunvegan; M.D. of Peace including Grimshaw and Berwyn; M.D. of Smoky River including Falher McLennan and Guy; M.D. of Spirit River including Spirit River and Rycroft; Nrn Sunrise Co. near Keppler Creek, Peace River Nampa and Three Creeks, Cadotte Lake and Swampy Lake Res., Loon Prairie Res. and Bison Lake and Utikoomak Reserves; Saddle Hills Co. near Bay Tree and Silver Valley, Moonshine Lake Prov. Park and Woking; Athabasca Co. near Wandering River, Athabasca and Island Lake, Boyle and Caslan, Grassland and Atmore and Rochester Colinton and Meanook; M.D. of Lesser Slave River near Marten Beach, Slave Lake and Saulteaux, Smith and Fawcett Lake and Chisholm and Cross Lake; M.D. of Opportunity near Calling and Rock Island Lakes, Chipewyan Lake, Peerless Lake and Trout Lake, Red Earth Creek and Loon Lake and Wabasca-Desmarais and Sandy Lake; Lac Ste. Anne Co. near Cherhill and Glenevis, Mayerthorpe and Sangudo and Onoway and Lac Ste. Anne; Parkland Co. near Entwistle Fallis and Tomahawk, Spruce Grove and Stony Plain and Wabamun Carvel and Keephills; Sturgeon Co. near Legal and Mearns, Morinville Volmer and Big Lake and Rivière Qui Barre and Villeneuve; Yellowhead Co. near MacKay Wildwood and Evansburg, Edson and Sundance Prov. Park and Peers and Niton Junction; Co. of Barrhead near Barrhead and Lac la Nonne, Neerlandia Bloomsbury and Vega and Thunder Lake and Holmes Crossing; Westlock Co. near Larkspur Fawcett and Jarvie and Westlock and Clyde; Woodlands Co. near Fort Assiniboine Timeu and Topland, Benbow and Windfall, Carson-Pegasus Prov. Park, Goose Lake and Whitecourt and Blue Ridge regions.

    A period of very cold wind chills is expected.

    Once again overnight temperatures will fall into the low minus thirties (Celsius). These temperatures combined with light southeast winds will cause wind chill values to reach the minus 40 C (-40F) range by Saturday morning. Wind chill values will abate once temperatures rise and winds weaken Saturday morning.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?ab20#224316131542852133201612080501ww1676cwwg (also ab33, ab22, ab31, ab14, ab10, ab8, ab30, ab32, ab34, ab18, ab23, ab2 and ab29 in the address link for the other affected areas)


    Arctic outflow warnings ended except for the Central Coast – inland sections and North Coast – inland sections, with wind chills down to -25 C (-13 F) in 90 km/h (55.9 mph) winds. Extreme cold and snowfalls warning areas the same as yesterday.


    7:56 PM CST Friday 09 December 2016
    Extreme Cold Warning in effect for:

    City of Brandon, Mun. of Glenboro-South Cypress incl. Treesbank, Mun. of Norfolk Treherne, Mun. of North Cypress-Langford incl. Neepawa and Carberry, Mun. of North Norfolk incl. MacGregor Sydney and Austin, Mun. of Oakland-Wawanesa incl. Carroll, R.M. of Cornwallis west of Shilo incl. Chater, R.M. of Elton incl. Forrest, R.M. of Victoria incl. Holland and Cypress River, Cartwright-Roblin Mun. incl. Mather, Mun. of Killarney-Turtle Mountain, Mun. of Lorne incl. Notre Dame and Swan Lake, Mun. of Louise incl. Pilot Mound and Crystal City, Mun. of Pembina incl. Manitou La Rivière and Snowflake, R.M. of Argyle incl. Baldur Glenora and Greenway, R.M. of Prairie Lakes incl. Margaret Ninette and Belmont, Mun. of Boissevain-Morton incl. Turtle Mtn Prov. Park, Mun. of Brenda-Waskada incl. Medora and Goodlands, Mun. of Deloraine-Winchester, Mun. of Grassland incl. Hartney and Minto, Mun. of Two Borders incl. Melita Coulter and Tilston, Hamiota Mun. incl. McConnell and Lavinia, Mun. of Clanwilliam-Erickson, Mun. of Harrison Park incl. Onanole Sandy Lake and Newdale, Prairie View Mun. incl. Bird Tail Creek Res., R.M. of Minto-Odanah incl. Minnedosa and Moore Park, R.M. of Oakview incl. Oak River and Rapid City, R.M. of Rosedale incl. Eden and Kelwood, R.M. of Yellowhead incl. Shoal Lake and Elphinstone, R.M.of Ellice-Archie incl. St-Lazare McAuley and Manson, Riding Mountain Nat. Park, Rossburn Mun. incl. Waywayseecappo Res., Mun. of Souris-Glenwood, R.M. of Pipestone incl. Oak Lake Res., R.M. of Sifton incl. Oak Lake and Deleau, R.M. of Wallace-Woodworth incl. Virden Elkhorn and Kenton, R.M. of Whitehead incl. Alexander and Beresford, Riverdale Mun. incl. Rivers and Wheatland, Gilbert Plains Mun. incl. Ashville, Grandview Mun. incl. Valley River Res., Mossey River Mun. incl. Winnipegosis and Fork River, Mun. of Ethelbert incl. Garland, Mun. of Roblin incl. Markaroff Shortdale and Bield, Mun. of Russell-Binscarth incl. Gambler Res., R.M. of Dauphin incl. Sifton and Valley River, R.M. of Lakeshore incl. Ochre River and Makinak, R.M. of Lakeshore incl. Rorketon and Toutes Aides and R.M. of Riding Mountain West incl. Asessippi Prov. Park regions

    A period of very cold wind chills is expected.

    A ridge of high pressure will produce clear skies and very cold temperatures across the Prairies during the next several days. Overnight temperatures are forecast to drop to -30 C (-22 F) or colder, which combined with winds of 10 to 15 km/h (6.2 to 9.3 mph) will produce extreme wind chills of -40 C (-40 F) or colder. While some moderation will take place during the day on Saturday, extreme wind chills will likely develop once again on Saturday night.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?mb7#2111561561266985150201612090501ww1171cwwg (also mb4, mb5, mb17, mb6 and mb18 in the address link for the other affected areas)


    8:43 PM AST Friday 09 December 2016
    Snow squall warning in effect for:

    Inverness County – Mabou and north and Victoria County regions

    A cold northwesterly flow has developed over the region bringing with it frequent flurries. In addition to the flurries, occasional snow squalls are expected to develop over northern Cape Breton this evening and should persist for much of Saturday. These snow squalls could bring localized snowfall amounts possibly adding up to 30 cm (11.8″) by Saturday evening over parts of northern Cape Breton, especially over higher terrain. Reduced visibilities in blowing snow are also expected with these snow squalls.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?ns22#52446276371616860201612090506ww1171cwhx (also ns23 in the address link for the Victoria County warning)


    Blizzard warning continue for the Gjoa Haven region.


    Snow squall warnings continue for the Barrie – Collingwood – Hillsdale, Midland – Coldwater – Orr Lake, Innisfil – New Tecumseth – Angus, Orangeville – Grand Valley – Southern Dufferin County, Shelburne – Mansfield – Northern Dufferin County, Saugeen Shores – Kincardine – Southern Bruce County, Goderich – Bluewater – Southern Huron County, Listowel – Milverton – Northern Perth County, Stratford – Mitchell – Southern Perth County and Wingham – Blyth – Northern Huron County regions.


    3:30 PM EST Friday 09 December 2016
    Snow squall warning in effect for:

    Forillon National Park – Gaspé area, Matane, Grande-Vallée area and Sainte-Anne-des-Monts area regions

    Persistent snow squalls are expected. Under the snow squall bands, visibilities will be significantly reduced due to the heavy snow combined with blowing snow, and snow will quickly accumulate.

    Snow squalls are expected to develop tonight near the Gaspé coast and persist into Saturday evening.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?qc38#84519276798779592201612090504ww1070cwul (also qc32 and qc33 in the address link for the other affected areas)


    7:56 PM CST Friday 09 December 2016
    Extreme Cold Warning in effect for:

    R.M. of Antler including Redvers Antler and Wauchope, R.M. of Argyle including Gainsborough and Carievale, R.M. of Brock including Arcola and Kisbey, R.M. of Browning including Lampman, R.M. of Coalfields including Bienfait and North Portal, R.M. of Enniskillen including Oxbow and Northgate, R.M. of Moose Creek including Alameda, R.M. of Moose Mountain including Carlyle and Manor, R.M. of Mount Pleasant including Carnduff, R.M. of Reciprocity including Alida, R.M. of Storthoaks including Storthoaks and Fertile, R.M. of Tecumseh including Stoughton Forget and Heward, City of Lloydminster Sask., City of Regina, City of Saskatoon, R.M. of Benson including Benson, R.M. of Brokenshell including Trossachs, R.M. of Caledonia including Milestone and Parry, R.M. of Cambria including Torquay and Outram. R.M. of Cymri including Midale Macoun and Halbrite, R.M. of Estevan including Estevan and Hitchcock, R.M. of Fillmore including Fillmore Creelman and Osage, R.M. of Griffin including Griffin and Froude, R.M. of Lake Alma including Lake Alma and Beaubier, R.M. of Laurier including Radville, R.M. of Lomond including Colgate and Goodwater, R.M. of Norton including Pangman and Khedive, R.M. of Scott including Yellowgrass Lang and Lewvan, R.M. of Souris Valley including Tribune and Oungre, R.M. of Wellington including Cedoux Colfax and Tyvan, R.M. of Weyburn including Weyburn and McTaggart, R.M. of Abernethy including Balcarres and Abernethy, R.M. of Bratt’s Lake including Wilcox Corinne and Estlin, R.M. of Cupar including Southey Cupar and Markinch, R.M. of Edenwold including Balgonie and Piapot Res., R.M. of Francis including Vibank Sedley and Odessam, R.M. of Indian Head including Indian Head and Sintaluta, R.M. of Lajord including Lajord Kronau and Riceton, R.M. of Lipton including Lipton and Dysart, R.M. of Longlaketon including Earl Grey and Silton, R.M. of Lumsden including Lumsden Regina Beach and Craven, R.M. of McKillop including Strasbourg and Rowans Ravine Prov. Park, R.M. of Montmartre including Assiniboine Res., R.M. of North Qu’Appelle including Fort Qu’Appelle, R.M. of Sherwood including Grand Coulee, R.M. of South Qu’Appelle including Qu’Appelle and Edgeley, R.M. of Tullymet including Peepeekisis Res., R.M. of Big Quill including Wynyard Dafoe and Kandahar, R.M. of Elfros including Elfros Leslie and Mozart, R.M. of Emerald including Wishart and Bankend, R.M. of Foam Lake including Foam Lake and Fishing Lake Res., R.M. of Humboldt including Humboldt Carmel and Fulda, R.M. of Ituna Bon Accord including Ituna and Hubbard, R.M. of Kellross including Kelliher and Lestock, R.M. of Kelvington including Yellowquill Res., R.M. of Kutawa including Raymore Punnichy and Poorman Res., R.M. of Lakeside including Watson and Quill Lake, R.M. of Lakeview including Wadena and Clair, R.M. of Last Mountain Valley including Govan and Duval, R.M. of Leroy including Leroy, R.M. of Mount Hope including Semans, R.M. of Ponass Lake including Rose Valley Fosston and Nora, R.M. of Prairie Rose including Jansen and Esk, R.M. of Sasman including Margo Kylemore and Nut Mountain, R.M. of Spalding including Spalding, R.M. of St Peter including Muenster and Lake Lenore, R.M. of Touchwood including Serath and Touchwood Hills Prov. Park, R.M. of Usborne including Lanigan Drake and Guernsey, R.M. of Wolverine including Burr, R.M. of Wreford including Nokomis and Venn, R.M. of Buchanan including Buchanan Amsterdam and Tadmore, R.M. of Clayton including Norquay Stenen and Swan Plain, R.M. of Cote including Kamsack Togo and Duck Mountain Prov. Park, R.M. of Good Lake including Canora and Good Spirit Lake Prov. Park, R.M. of Hazel Dell including Lintlaw and Hazel Dell, R.M. of Insinger including Theodore and Sheho, R.M. of Invermay including Invermay and Rama, R.M. of Keys including The Key Res., R.M. of Livingston including Arran, R.M. of Preeceville including Preeceville and Sturgis, R.M. of Sliding Hills including Veregin Mikado and Hamton, R.M. of St Philips including Pelly and St Philips, R.M. of Aberdeen including Aberdeen, R.M. of Bayne including Bruno Peterson and Dana, R.M. of Blaine Lake including Blaine Lake, R.M. of Blucher including Allan Clavet Bradwell and Elstow, R.M. of Colonsay including Colonsay and Meacham, R.M. of Corman Park including Martensville Warman and Langham, R.M. of Eagle Creek including Arelee and Sonningdale, R.M. of Fish Creek including Alvena, R.M. of Grant including Vonda Prud’homme and Smuts, R.M. of Great Bend including Radisson and Borden, R.M. of Hoodoo including Wakaw and Cudworth, R.M. of Laird including Waldheim Hepburn and Laird, R.M. of Perdue including Perdue and Kinley, R.M. of Redberry including Hafford and Krydor, R.M. of Rosthern including Rosthern Hague and Carlton, R.M. of Vanscoy including Delisle Asquith and Vanscoy, R.M. of Viscount including Viscount and Plunkett, Green Lake, R.M. of Beaver River including Pierceland and Goodsoil, R.M. of Big River including Big River and Chitek Lake, R.M. of Loon Lake including Loon Lake and Makwa, R.M. of Meadow Lake including Waterhen Res., R.M. of Arborfield including Arborfield and Zenon Park, R.M. of Barrier Valley including Archerwill and McKague, R.M. of Bjorkdale including Greenwater Lake Prov. Park, R.M. of Connaught including Ridgedale and New Osgoode, R.M. of Flett’s Springs including Beatty Ethelton and Pathlow, R.M. of Invergordon including Yellow Creek and Tarnopol, R.M. of Kinistino including Kinistino and James Smith Res., R.M. of Lake Lenore including St. Brieux, R.M. of Moose Range including Carrot River and Tobin Lake, R.M. of Nipawin including Nipawin Aylsham and Pontrilas, R.M. of Pleasantdale including Naicam and Pleasantdale, R.M. of Star City including Melfort and Star City, R.M. of Three Lakes including Middle Lake and St Benedict, R.M. of Tisdale including Tisdale Eldersley and Sylvania, R.M. of Torch River including Choiceland and White Fox, R.M. of Willow Creek including Gronlid and Fairy Glen, R.M. of Chester including Windthorst Glenavon and Peebles, R.M. of Elcapo including Broadview and Cowessess Res., R.M. of Golden West including Ocean Man Res. and Handsworth, R.M. of Hazelwood south of Kipling, R.M. of Kingsley including Kipling, R.M. of Martin including Wapella and Red Jacket, R.M. of Maryfield including Maryfield and Fairlight, R.M. of Moosomin including Moosomin Welwyn and Fleming, R.M. of Rocanville including Rocanville, R.M. of Silverwood south of Whitewood, R.M. of Walpole including Kelso, R.M. of Wawken including Wawota Kennedy and Kenosee Lake, R.M. of Willowdale including Whitewood and Ochapowace Res., R.M. of Wolseley including Wolseley and Summerberry, City of Prince Albert, District of Lakeland including Emma Lake and Anglin Lake, R.M. of Birch Hills including Muskoday Res., R.M. of Buckland including Wahpeton Res. and Spruce Home, R.M. of Canwood including Debden and Big River Res., R.M. of Duck Lake including Duck Lake and Beardy’s Res., R.M. of Garden River including Meath Park and Albertville, R.M. of Leask including Leask Mistawasis Res. and Parkside, R.M. of Meeting Lake, R.M. of Paddockwood including Candle Lake and Paddockwood, R.M. of Prince Albert including Davis, R.M. of Shellbrook including Sturgeon Lake Res., R.M. of Spiritwood including Spiritwood and Leoville, R.M. of St Louis including One Arrow Res. and Domremy, R.M. of Battle River including Sweet Grass Res. and Delmas, R.M. of Britannia including Hillmond, R.M. of Buffalo including Wilkie and Phippen, R.M. of Cut Knife including Cut Knife, R.M. of Douglas including Speers Richard and Alticane, R.M. of Eldon including Maidstone and Waseca, R.M. of Frenchman Butte including St. Walburg, R.M. of Glenside north of Biggar, R.M. of Hillsdale including Neilburg and Baldwinton, R.M. of Manitou Lake including Marsden, R.M. of Mayfield including Maymont Denholm and Fielding, R.M. of Medstead including Medstead Belbutte and Birch Lake, R.M. of Meota including Meota and The Battlefords Prov. Park, R.M. of Mervin including Turtleford Mervin and Spruce Lake, R.M. of North Battleford northwest of The Battlefords, R.M. of Parkdale including Glaslyn and Fairholme, R.M. of Paynton including Paynton, R.M. of Round Hill including Rabbit Lake and Whitkow, R.M. of Round Valley including Unity, R.M. of Senlac including Senlac, R.M. of Turtle River including Edam and Vawn, R.M. of Wilton including Lashburn Marshall and Lone Rock, The Battlefords, R.M. of Calder including Calder and Wroxton, R.M. of Cana including Melville, R.M. of Churchbridge including Churchbridge and MacNutt, R.M. of Fertile Belt including Esterhazy Stockholm and Bangor, R.M. of Garry including Jedburgh, R.M. of Grayson including Grayson Dubuc and Killaly, R.M. of Langenburg including Langenburg Yarbo and Marchwell, R.M. of McLeod including Lemberg and Neudorf, R.M. of Orkney including Yorkton Springside and Ebenezer, R.M. of Saltcoats including Saltcoats and Bredenbury, R.M. of Spy Hill including Spy Hill Gerald and Tantallon, R.M. of Stanley including Goodeve Fenwood and Duff, R.M. of Wallace including Rhein Stornoway Tonkin and Rokeby, Cree Lake – Key Lake, Cluff Lake Mine and La Loche and Clearwater River Prov. Park regions

    A period of very cold wind chills is expected.

    A ridge of high pressure will produce clear skies and very cold temperatures across the Prairies during the next several days. Overnight temperatures are forecast to drop to -30 C (-22 F) or colder, which combined with winds of 10 to 15 km/h (6.2 to 9.3 mph) will produce extreme wind chills of -40 C (-40 F) or colder (-45 C (-49 F) for the Cree Lake, Cluff Lake and La Loche regions). While some moderation will take place during the day on Saturday, extreme wind chills will likely develop once again on Saturday night.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?sk1#2111561561266985150201612090501ww1373cwwg (also sk32, sk9, sk18, sk2, sk8, sk13, sk12, sk17, sk24, sk20, sk10, sk19, sk16, sk11, sk27 and sk26 in the address link for the other affected areas)


    Extreme cold warning continues for the Old Crow region, with wind chills to -50 C (-58F).


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