Summer is coming to an end and fall is just around the corner, what will the fall look like weatherwise?

While there are many predictions out there, one of the most trusted predictions is the Farmers' Almanac and they have released what they think is going to happen in Canada.

Fall officially begins on Saturday, September 23 with the arrival of the fall equinox. As the sun crosses the equator on this day, the Northern Hemisphere will start to experience longer periods of darkness than daylight.

According to the Almanac, the weather is going to be chilly and wet this fall for Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

British Columbia will see "chilly, near-normal precipitation". Ontario will have a "big chill down, wet and snowy", while the rest of the eastern provinces will be "chilly with above average temperatures."

The Almanac also released its winter forecast, and it looks like fall trends will carry over.

"Get ready to enjoy hot chocolate by the fireside, skiing, ice skating, and all things winter! Very cold temperatures and lots of BRRRs are expected for much of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and westernmost Ontario," stated the Almanac.

Although the start of winter is officially on December 21, the prognosis indicates that Canadians will experience frigid temperatures on or before December 1.

Heavy mountain snow is expected over the Rockies and Prairies during the first week of February.

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