The wind chill warning may have ended for Muskoka and Parry Sound, but that doesn’t mean the cold air is leaving. In Muskoka, Environment Canada says some areas will experience temperatures in the minus 30s. We went to the streets to see how you’re staying warm.

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Many health experts suggest staying inside. However, if you do have to go out make sure to dress warm and cover any exposed skin. As for pets, it’s recommended that you keep them inside until temperatures increase.