Westman woke to an extreme wind chill warning, and very cold temperatures are expected to stick around today and tonight.
Environment Canada says that the temperature dropped below -30ºC overnight last night, and although the winds are nothing like yesterday, they're still enough to push the wind chill to -44.
Today should be sunny, with northwest winds continuing at about 20 km/h. The afternoon should reach a high of -26ºC.
Clear skies tonight will see temperatures drop again, with a low of -32ºC and another extreme wind chill of -44.
Sunny skies tomorrow herald a slightly warmer day, with a high of -18ºC, as winds start the day at about 30 km/h but lighten before evening.
Wednesday is the sole cloudy day in the forecast, with a high of -9ºC and a 60 per cent chance of flurries.
Nearly normal temperatures for the season are expected after that, with sunny skies predicted for Thursday all the way through Sunday, and daytime highs of -13ºC to -15ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -11ºC. The normal low is -21ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1976, when temperatures reached 2.2ºC. The coldest ever was in 1966, when it dropped to -41.1ºC.