It's not expected to warm up until Monday (Mar.4), with Environment Canada forecasting an overnight low of -21 C and a daytime high of -9 C.
- Category: Local News
- Written by Zach Mueller
It's shaping up to be another chilly weekend.
With wind chills expected to dip below -40 C once again, Environment Canada issued an extreme cold warning on Thursday (Feb.28).
Areas affected include Fort Saskatchewan, Strathcona County, Bruderheim, Gibbons and Redwater.
"We have a cold front moving through Alberta," said meteorologist Kyle Fougere. "It's bringing really cold temperatures down into central Alberta from the north."