Wind Chill warnings finally end across Southwest

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After enduring wind chills as low as -53, the Southwest is no longer under a wind chill advisory.

Environment Canada ended their Wind Chill Warnings for all of western Saskatchewan mid morning, as daytime temperatures begin to rise and winds lessen.

Swift Current is now forecast to rise to -13 Celsius today and wind chills in the -30 range. There is also a 70 per cent chance of flurried today, and the forecast is calling for up to two centimeters of snow tonight and into Tuesday morning.

Organizations: Environment Canada

Geographic location: Saskatchewan, Swift Current

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