Just because it's officially spring now doesn't mean that there will be spring weather. This April, there is snow in the long-range forecast for five regions in Canada. You might want to keep the winter jackets and boots at the ready, just in case.\nThe Old Farmer's Almanac has released long-range weather forecasts for all the provinces and two territories, which give a look at what April has in store.\nFor many parts of the country, the next month will have some snowy periods but all hope is not lost.\nThere will also be periods of sunshine and some April rain showers.\nBased on almost 30 years of averages gathered by Environment Canada, the Old Farmer's Almanac is able to forecast weather and show deviations from normal temperatures and precipitation.\nFor the season as a whole, The Weather Network has predicted that spring will lack consistent warmth across the entire country.\n"This spring will bring a heightened risk for several weeks of colder-than-normal weather, even for regions that will see average temperatures for the season overall," said Chris Scott, The Weather Network's chief meteorologist, in a news release.\nSo it'll be a wet spring, whether it's rain in May or more of the white stuff in April.\nFor these five places in Canada, the Old Farmer's Almanac has forecasted flurries in April. Unfortunately.\nYukon\nView this post on Instagram Grateful for that glorious sunshine that March brings. ❤️ 📷 @stefangottermann #exploreyukon #explorecanada . . . . . #bestintravel #bestdestinations #natgeolandscape #natgeoadventure #thebestdestinations #tourcanada #travelcanada #placestogo #canadaswonderland #thecanadiancollective #canadasworld #ig_canada #nature_photography #instanaturelovers #natureaddicts #naturestagram #fantasticearth #beautifulplanet #discovercanada #visitcanada #canadatravel #lovecanada #canadatrip #sunstar #yukonterritory #travelyukon #canadianwinter #winterwonderland A post shared by Travel Yukon (@travelyukon) on Mar 23, 2020 at 12:00pm PDT\nFrom April 1 to April 23, it'll be cool in the Yukon, and what starts out as flurries during the first two weeks of the month will turn into snow by the third.\nBy the end of April, weather conditions will be sunny and milder than usual.\nNorthwest Territories\nView this post on Instagram Yellowknife’s Old Town is a quirky, charming, and colourful neighbourhood you have to explore. . 📷 @barfoot12 . #NWTwillchangeyou #spectacularnwt #northwestterritories #northof60 #travel #explorecanada #canada #optoutside #yellowknife #oldtown #yellowknifelife #city A post shared by spectacularnwt (@spectacularnwt) on Mar 15, 2020 at 8:52pm PDT\nDuring the first week of April in the Northwest Territories, there will be flurries, then sunny and mild weather.\nHowever, snow showers will move in during the middle of the month, with milder temperatures in store.\nAt the end of the month, it'll be sunny and warm all around.\nPrairies\nView this post on Instagram The clocks have sprung forward which means all the more time for day-to-night adventures. Photo by @ana_staise | #explorealberta A post shared by Travel Alberta (@travelalberta) on Mar 8, 2020 at 9:56am PDT\nFor southern parts of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, there's going to be some flip-flopping between cool, snowy weather and mild, rainy weather throughout the month.\nSo have your winter jackets and umbrellas ready.\nSouthern Quebec\nView this post on Instagram On s’émerveille toujours des couchers de soleil roses sur la ville / We’re always in awe of pink sunsets over the city 💕 📷 @ray26393 #mtl #montreal #mtlmoments #aplustard #visituslater A post shared by Tourisme Montréal (@montreal) on Mar 23, 2020 at 11:57am PDT\nIn southern Quebec, there will be snow to start off April, which isn't the best way to usher in spring.\nTemperatures will cool throughout the month, and another bout of snow will hit in the east for the second-to-last week of the month.\nAtlantic Canada\nView this post on Instagram Historic Lunenburg looking attractive with a light dusting of snow, wouldn't you agree? || Featured Photo by @lspanner #visitnovascotia #explorecanada #novascotia A post shared by Nova Scotia (@visitnovascotia) on Mar 2, 2020 at 6:30am PST\nIn New Brunswick, P.E.I., Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, the entire month will see cool temperatures,\nFor most of April, there will be periods of falling flakes or snow showers.\nHowever, there are a few sunny days in the forecast, so the month isn't a total loss.