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This article was published 23/1/2013 (1643 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
An extreme wind chill was issued for Westman again this morning, but the bitterly cold temperatures will only last a couple more days.
The morning dawned with temperatures colder than -30 C and northerly winds of about 20 km/h that drove the wind chill values to -41.
But sunny skies will take over this afternoon, and the wind is expected to die down as the mercury climbs to about -24 C.
It'll be cold and cloudy tonight, with a low of -31 C.
Thursday will be milder, with a high of -15 C in the afternoon. If that's still too cold, you can warm up by shoveling some snow — Environment Canada is forecasting 5–10 cm will fall tomorrow, and moderate winds will blow it around most of the day.
Friday will be sunny, with a high of -18 C and a low of -22 C.
Relief comes over the weekend. Despite cloudy skies in the forecast, temperatures are expected to be about -4 C on Saturday and -6 C on Sunday.
Things may cool off a little bit next week, but it's not expected to be as cold as it was this week.
The normal high for this time of year is -11 C; the normal low is -22 C.