With temperatures falling to the -30 C some vehicles were hard to start.
© Mike Carson/Journal Pioneer
Jeff Campbell (foreground) and Cory Delaney work to start a vehcile on a chilly January morning. Temperatures were in the -25 C to -30 C range.
Environment Canada was predicting extreme windchill values of below minus 35.
A cold air mass is expected to drop temperatures to below -25 C. These frigid temperatures along with brisk northwesterly winds will produce extreme wind chill values below minus 35. Wind chill values will improve later today but temperatures will remain frigid.