Depending on where you live, you might have already had winter weather for a while now. But with the season only officially starting recently, there's still a lot more left in store for us. Canada's long-range winter forecast predicts snowy conditions for the next two months across Canada. If you're not a fan of winter you'll have to hope for an early spring.\nAccording to the Old Farmer's Almanac, people across the country can expect a snowy and sometimes cold January and February.\nWhile there are regional differences when it comes to specific conditions, winter is here and it could shape up to be a classic one.\nThe Almanac's long-range forecasts predict the weather for the next two months and can be used to plan things like wintertime sports, travel and more.\nFor southern B.C., January is expected to have an average temperature of -1 C, which is 2 C below the usual temperature for the month and a normal amount of precipitation, 200 millimetres.\nIn February, the region will see an average temperature of -2 C, a little below normal and higher than average precipitation.\nPeople there can expect rain or snow with brief periods without active weather to enjoy.\nView this post on Instagram Vancouver is an accessible city—nature is within easy reach for people of all mobility levels, and many attractions and natural spaces accommodate wheelchairs, as does the city’s transportation system. Photo by @seaside_signs on a visit to Gastown. #exploreBC A post shared by Destination British Columbia (@hellobc) on Dec 18, 2019 at 7:50am PST\nIn Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, people can expect periods of snow and freezing cold in January with temperatures hovering around an average of -15 C, only a couple of degrees below normal.\nFebruary will be pretty similar in the Prairie provinces with snow and cold but the sun will still manage to shine in between those periods of precipitation.\nFor southern Ontario, conditions will flip flop between cold and mild temperatures and snow and rain.\nThe region is expected to get above-average precipitation in both January and February so whether that's rain or the white stuff will depend on the temperature.\nView this post on Instagram 📸 @villequebec 🤗🔥 Dès demain, réchauffez-vous dans l'une des 11 stations chaleureuses aménagées à différents endroits dans la ville. Ces lieux de rencontre seront également animés tout au long de l'hiver! // Starting tomorrow, warm up at one of the 11 warming stations installed in different locations throughout the city. These lively meeting places will entertain visitors on various days during the winter. 🔥🤗 . . #quebeccite #quebeccity #qcaccent #quebecoriginal #villedequebec #quebec #canada #explorecanada #vieuxquebec #oldquebec #stationschaleureuses #winterwarmingstation #winterwarmingstations #winterwarming #resterauchaud #keepwarm #keepwarminwinter #chaleur #warmup #foyer #fireplace #winterwonderland #cosyplace #bythefire #tiretoiunebuche #patioheater #chaleureux #chauffeterrasse #rencontre #meetingnewpeople A post shared by Québec, Québec, Canada (@quebeccite) on Nov 29, 2019 at 11:22am PST\nIn southern Quebec and the Ottawa region, there will be colder periods in the next two months that are broken up by some milder weather.\nHowever, that doesn't mean that the region is off the hook when it comes to the white stuff.\nSnow showers, flurries and snowstorms are all expected in January and February.\nFor Atlantic Canada, temperatures will be mostly cold for the next two months but February will see brief periods of milder conditions.\nThe average temperatures will hover around an average of -7 C in the region with snow and sometimes rain coming down.\nIt doesn't seem like anyone in Canada will see the season pass them by completely.\nIf you're not a fan of winter, spring officially arrives on March 19 so you can hope the change in season brings a quick change in the weather!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.