We're just about through the latest cold snap.

Southeast Saskatchewan, like much of Canada, is under an extreme cold warning. But temperatures will soon be above normal.

The wind will make it feel around -40 C throughout Thursday morning, and -30 C until Friday morning. Though the temperature should reach -7 C on Friday, before daily highs hover around the freezing point until the middle of next week.

"Conditions will gradually improve this morning but will return tonight for some locations in southern Manitoba," said the warning. "A general warming trend is expected to begin today in Saskatchewan and on Friday in Manitoba."

map of the areas under warningsMany of the red areas on Environment Canada's map are under warnings for extreme cold

Environment Canada urges you to watch for things like "shortness of breath, chest pain, muscle pain and weakness, numbness and colour change in fingers and toes."

Frostbite can also strike extremely quickly. You can read more about it here.

The latest weather information is available here.