Environment Canada issued an extreme cold warning for Regina and much of southern Saskatchewan Thursday afternoon.
Overnight lows near -30 C are expected. Very cold wind chills will also be present with northwesterly winds of 15-20 km/h.
Wind chill values are expected to moderate Friday morning.
Meanwhile, the southwestern corner of the province is under an extreme snowfall warning.
As of 4:30 p.m., communities such as Shaunavon, Maple Creek, Val Marie and Cypress Hills were slated for around 15-20 centimetres, or eight inches, of snow.