Stream rises from the downtown skyline on another frigid start to the day in the city. Gavin Young/Postmedia
The city of Calgary, along with most of Alberta, is under an extreme cold warning.According to Environment Canada, wind chill could result in temperatures as low as -45 C throughout the province. The agency warns frostbite can develop within minutes, and if it’s too cold for you to stay outside, it’s too cold for your pet, as well.Even with the extreme cold warning and wind chill dipping temperatures anywhere from -21 C to -40 C, Calgary is forecasted to have a sunny day.And the good news: it looks like temperatures will soon be warming up.Environment Canada predicts Calgary may remain under an extreme cold warning into Monday morning, but Monday also carries with it sunny skies and an expected high of -6 C, and an expected low of -17 C into the night. The early forecast has temperatures hovering around those numbers throughout the week.TemperaturesToday’s High -15 C Today’s Low -29 C Average High 1.7 C Average Low -9.9 C Historic High 16.7 C in 1931 Historic Low -36.7 C in 1896 Tomorrow’s High -6 C Tomorrow’s Low -17 C Weather alerts?Calgary, along with most of Alberta, is under an extreme cold warning. Only the northeastern part of the province is unaffected.You can check all Alberta weather alerts here. You can also check Canada-wide weather alerts here.