Model trends from the NAM 12km are pretty consistent in showing cold temperatures returning to the Prairie Provinces later tonight into Monday morning. Areas of southern and northern Saskatchewan/Manitoba should see temperatures in the -30C by Monday morning.
With the wind, some areas of Manitoba could see wind chills nearing -45 (see above).
Brandon: -32C with -45 wind chill possible
Winnipeg: -30C with -38 wind chill possible
Regina: -32C with -40 wind chill possible
Temperatures should begin to moderate on Wednesday. Unlike previous events, this cold blast should be relatively short lived.