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Frigid weather continues today

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A halo appears around the sun in Winnipeg Monday morning during extreme cold temperatures on the top of a hill in Westview Park.

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A halo appears around the sun in Winnipeg Monday morning during extreme cold temperatures on the top of a hill in Westview Park. Photo Store

If you were hoping for another day of below normal temperatures, you’re in luck.

The cold Arctic air mass that’s settled over Southern Manitoba will start to move out of the region today, but not before dropping the temperature down to below the -30 C mark this morning.

Environment Canada has once again issued a wind chill warning for Winnipeg and the surrounding area, as wind chill values drop into the -40 to -45 range.

In the Hanover School Division, classes today are cancelled in Niverville, Kleefeld and Bothwell. South Oaks School and Green Valley School remain closed.

Today’s high under clear and sunny skies is -19 C. Tonight’s low is -21 C.

Wednesday should be a little more manageable. There’s a 30 per cent chance of flurries in the afternoon, with a south wind 20 km/h switching over to northwest 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h later in the afternoon. The high is expected to be -12 C.

Sunshine and cooler conditions make up the forecast for the rest of the week.

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