An extreme cold warning remains in place for parts of northern Manitoba with bone-chilling and dangerous temperatures hovering over the region.

Environment Canada first issued an extreme cold warning for Tadoule Lake on Wednesday, and it could be continuing for the foreseeable future. Daytime highs in the northern community and surrounding region are expected to be in the -30s for the next seven days.

The national forecaster says that wind chill values between -45 and -50 are now expected.

From Environment Canada:

A multi-day episode of very cold wind chills continues. The coldest wind chill values will be between minus 45 and minus 50. A bitterly cold air mass will linger over northern Manitoba for a prolonged period. Extreme wind chill values will occur in the overnight and morning hours throughout the remainder of this week and into the start of next week. Extreme cold puts everyone at risk. Cover up. Frostbite can develop within minutes on exposed skin, especially with wind chill. Extreme cold warnings are issued when very cold temperatures or wind chill creates an elevated risk to health such as frost bite and hypothermia.

Current watches and warnings

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