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UPDATE:  Environment Canada has ended the extreme cold warning for the B.C. Peace.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The extreme cold warning should end later today as temperatures are expected to reach minus 19 Saturday afternoon.

According to Environment Canada the threat of extreme wind chill values will diminish later Saturday morning as temperatures moderate.  The forecast calls for a high of minus 19 Saturday with highs of minus 6 on Sunday.

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The warming trend will continue into the next week, with highs of zero and plus 2 in the early part of the week.  As we get closer to Christmas, the temperature will drop with highs on December 23 of minus 9 and minus 14 on Christmas Eve.

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