It's never too early to start thinking about those April showers and May flowers especially if winter has been beating you down. For people who love that yearly thaw, the season changing can't come soon enough. Canada's spring 2020 forecast shows that most of the country will be warmer than usual this year.\nSpring doesn't officially arrive until March 19 but that doesn't stop people from hoping for good weather to come with the change in season.\nThe long-range forecast put out by The Old Farmer's Almanac looks at seven regions in Canada and gives insight into what the months ahead will bring weather-wise.\nUsing averages from Environment Canada, the Almanac shows that most of the country could be in for warmer than normal temperatures through April and May.\nDespite that, it seems like the places that have been hardest hit by snow and cold this winter could stick with that trend and not warm-up that much.\nEven if your region isn't going to be warmer than usual, there's still something to look forward to.\nOnce the spring equinox hits, there will be more hours of sunlight during the day with earlier dawns and later sunsets.\nHere are the long-range spring forecasts for Canada.\nAtlantic Canada\nView this post on Instagram Bring on the spring by exploring the scenic trails of Halifax!🌲🌼🌊⠀ Looking for an outdoor guide to Halifax? Be sure to tap the link in bio to see Top 10 Halifax Hikes😎⠀ .⠀ ⠀ 📷: @horizoneyephotography A post shared by Discover Halifax (@discoverhalifax) on May 2, 2019 at 1:04pm PDT\nWith the snowiest periods expected to come to an end in early February, that could be the first step towards spring weather.\nAccording to the Almanac, April and May will be cooler than normal across the region but only by a couple of degrees. Northern parts of the region could get more participation than what normally falls while the south will get less in those months and into June.\nSouthern Quebec\nView this post on Instagram On va se balancer? / Getting into the swing of spring! 📷 @bertexertier #mtl #montreal #mtlmoments #21swings #21balançoires @quartierdesspectacles_mtl A post shared by Tourisme Montréal (@montreal) on May 27, 2019 at 1:43pm PDT\nSnow is expected to continue to fall into late March but the following two months will bring above normal temperatures in western parts of the province while the east dips below normal.\nIt's also expected to be drier than normal.\nSouthern Ontario\nView this post on Instagram It's happening..🌸👀. The cherry blossom trees have started to bloom. They are expected to be in peak bloom from May 10-15, so get out there and see them before they're gone! ⠀ 📸Photo by @kkr.va | Share your photos and use hashtag #SeeTorontoNow to be featured. A post shared by Tourism Toronto (@seetorontonow) on May 7, 2019 at 4:27pm PDT\nGet ready for a warm-up after spring arrives in southern Ontario, especially in May when temperatures could be almost 4 C warmer than usual.\nThere could be more precipitation in the east so keep your umbrellas handy.\nThe Prairies\nView this post on Instagram Did you know—Calgary has the most extensive urban pathway and bikeway network on the continent! ⠀ ⠀ Photo: @mikey__travels⠀ ⠀ #capturecalgary #explorealberta #explorecanada A post shared by Tourism Calgary (@tourismcalgary) on May 16, 2019 at 8:30pm PDT\nAfter a frigid and snowy winter, spring isn't looking too great.\nThe Almanac predicts that April and May will be cooler than normal across the region and rainier too.\nA snowy period is also expected from late March into early April.\nNorthwest Territories\nView this post on Instagram There's nothing better than spending summer on the Slave River. If you want to be here, check out @slaveriverpaddlefest, a fun-filled three day festival that includes a pool toy race. Registration is now open at slaveriverpaddlefest.ca . 📷 Darren Roberts . #spectacularnwt #northwestterritories #northof60 #travel #explorecanada #getoutside #paddle #kayak #slaveriver #summer A post shared by spectacularnwt (@spectacularnwt) on May 24, 2019 at 8:33am PDT\nMarch, April and May could see temperatures rising to well above where they should normally be.\nPrecipitation is only slated to be slightly above the regular values recorded in the region for those months.\nYukon\nView this post on Instagram Road trip goals! Have you done the Dempster? 📍 Eagle Plains, Yukon. 📷 @mitch__leigh #exploreyukon #explorecanada. . . . . #yukon #enjoycanada #tourcanada #natureaddict #earthpix #theoutbound #wildernessculture #nakedplanet #bestvacations #natgeo #travel A post shared by Travel Yukon (@travelyukon) on Apr 27, 2019 at 11:00am PDT\nThe Almanac predicts that April and May will bring above-normal temperatures to the territory while precipitation will be higher than usual in the north but less in the south.\nSouthern B.C.\nView this post on Instagram Perfect day to hit up Kits Pool! 💦 Photo: @backyy A post shared by VANCOUVER 🇨🇦 (@vancouver) on May 26, 2019 at 9:35am PDT\nFor B.C., the two months after spring finally arrives will be slightly warmer than usual.\nIn the northern parts of the region, there could be more precipitation that normal while the southern parts get less.\nIf you can't wait for the season after spring, here's a look ahead to summer.