The southeast has seen its fair share of ups and downs lately when it comes to the Weather. Sunday brought above zero temperatures that were quickly followed by high winds.
Meteorologist Terri lang. "this weekend we saw a classic what we call a Mackenzie Screamer moving down through the province. It's a low-pressure system that forms in the Mackenzie Valley and moves very very rapidly down across Saskatchewan, and we saw big variations across Saskatchewan. The extreme north had extremely cold temperatures meanwhile the southwest saw record-breaking temperatures."
"As with the case with these types of systems there pushed out by a big ridge of arctic high pressure, really really cold temperatures and that's exactly what's happening we have that really cold air settling in, we will see it gets colder over the next couple of days, temperatures will bottom out probably Wednesday morning with temperatures getting close to around the -40 mark."
She goes on to say that if your going outside frostbite can occur very quickly and to make sure you're prepared for the temperatures
"Towards the end of the week, we should see moderation in temperatures maybe even some snow coming with that, some reprieve after this upcoming very very cold snap"