While we are currently experiencing some winter weather, spring is just around the corner in March. 

The Farmers' Almanac has released their spring conditions for the country, and their prediction for the spring might surprise you.

As the province prepares for the worst in the summer with a possible drought, spring might be able to slow down that problem.

According to the Almanac, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba might see a decent amount of rain.

aScreenshot provided by the Farmers' Almanac.

"Storms are expected at the beginning of the season, bringing a combination of heavy rain and snow to many areas of the country," stated the Almanac. 

Luckily Alberta is not one of the provinces predicted to see snow during Easter, we will see mixed sun and cloud instead. 

After Easter, the cool rainy weather is predicted to continue until the start of the summer.

Our neighbours to the west, British Columbia are expected to see chilly, cloudy and rainy weather all spring.

Right now in Airdrie temperatures are pretty cold, we can expect a slight break close to the zero degrees range on Wednesday and Thursday before temperatures return to the -20 degree range for Friday and Saturday.

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