Buckle up and bundle up, folks, because the Ontario weather forecast says we've got a cold week ahead of us.\nEnvironment Canada has issued an Extreme Cold warning for parts of the province, and it could feel as cold as -45 degrees with wind chill for the next couple of days. \nEditor's Choice: You're Not A True Ontarian Unless You've Seen At Least 9 Of These 14 Iconic Landmarks\n\n\n\n-45 C\n\n\nExpected wind chill in parts of Ontario\n\n\nThe weather alert is in place for all of Northwestern Ontario, from Superior West to Fort Severn. \nWind chill temperatures up to -45 are expected for Sunday morning, Sunday night, and Monday night, but the cold doesn't stop there.\nEnvironment Canada says that it could feel like -40 with wind chill for every night of the next week in parts of Northwestern Ontario.\n"Cover up. Frostbite can develop within minutes on exposed skin, especially with wind chill," the Extreme Cold Alert says.\n"Watch for colour changes on fingers and toes, pain, numbness, a tingling sensation, or swelling. If present, move indoors and begin warming."\nToronto is not included in Environment Canada's warning, but the city has issued its own Extreme Cold Weather alert in advance of frigid temperatures tonight.\n *This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.