The Farmers' Almanac has released its February predictions, and if you like the current temperatures we are seeing right now, you won't like it.

While snow is melting right now, we might see all of that come back to Airdrie and the surrounding area.

"Heavy mountain snows over the Rockies and Prairies during the first week of February," is predicted by the Almanac.

During the middle of the month, including Family Day long weekend, Airdrie will see flurries and bitter cold before things start to warm up near the end of the month.

The average temperature for February, according to the Almanac will be -15 degrees, which is 4 degrees below the normal. February alongside January is predicted to be one of the coldest months this winter.

When it comes to what the Almanac forecasted for January, they did predict we would see extreme cold at the beginning of the month.

According to the Almanac, their predictions are right, 80 per cent of the time.

Environment and Climate Change Canada is forecasting daytime highs that could reach 10 degrees by next Monday. Wednesday day is a high of two degrees.

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