If you've been sitting around waiting for the cold to hit Canada, weather warnings have officially come into effect. \nEnvironment Canada has issued a whole whack of Extreme Cold warnings for parts of Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan for Monday, January 25. \nEditor's Choice: Canada Is Hiring Thousands Of 2021 Census Workers & Entry Level Jobs Pay Up To $29.25/hr\n\n \n\n\n\n\n-40 or colder\n\n\nWind chill temperatures \n\n\nNorthern Alberta is where most of the cold will be sweeping through. Meanwhile, almost all of Saskatchewan is under warnings.\nManitoba's extreme cold will be focused on the central/south regions of the province. \n"An arctic ridge of high pressure continues to give frigid temperatures to portions of central Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Temperatures in the minus thirties along with winds of 10 to 15 km/h will produce extreme cold windchills of minus 40 or colder," reads the warning. \n\n"Extremely cold wind chills near -40 will continue this morning for parts of eastern Alberta."\nEveryone is advised to bundle up as frostbite can developed quickly at temperatures this low. \nStay safe and stay inside if you can!