Environment Canada ends extreme cold warning for B.C. Peace

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Environment Canada has ended the extreme cold warning issued earlier this week for Fort St. John, Dawson Creek and the rest of the B.C. Peace.

The forecast still calls for the temperature to reach a high of only minus 26, but with the wind, it will still feel like minus 39.

The extreme cold warning remains in place for Grande Prairie, Beaverlodge, Valleyview, Peace River, Fairview and High Prairie in Alberta.

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The forecast suggests temperatures should get warmer on Sunday and into next week with highs reaching minus 15.

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