Update (10:40 a.m.): All extreme cold warnings have now ended in Manitoba.

High winds, however, will continue through Sunday, February 4, reaching 70 km/h at times. 

Wind chills in the -30 range can be expected for the next 24 hours.

Environment Canada says that most of Manitoba will find itself in the midst of another Arctic blast, warning of extreme temperatures for the rest of the weekend.

Temperatures on Saturday night are expected to reach near -30 for much of the province, including Winnipeg. 

Combined with winds from the northwest, wind chills are expected to be in the -40 range, and possibly colder for some parts of the province.

Wind speed will increase significantly on Sunday morning, reaching 60 km/h at times. 

Very cold lows nearing -30 are expected for much of this coming week.


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