It's late April, spring is well underway, and the weather should be beautiful this time of year. Apparently, no one told Mother Nature that though. Instead, today, April 27, there is actually snow in Canada. It's so bad that there are even snowfall warning in place.\nEnvironment Canada has issued snowfall warnings across the country today, but especially in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, and parts of Northern Ontario. Ironically, despite it being officially spring, they have also issued "winter storm" warnings in those provinces.\nAccording to the winter storm warning in place for Calgary, there is a spring storm forming over Alberta that's expected to cause "hazardous winter conditions." They also say that anywhere from 10 to 20 cm of snow is likely to fall, with areas in the foothills getting up to 30 cm.\nIn Quebec, it's a very similar warning. In some parts of Quebec, Environment Canada warns that 15 to 25 cm of snow is expected and that "strong northwesterly winds with a cold air mass will result in blowing snow. Winter storm warnings are issued when multiple types of severe winter weather are expected to occur together."\nTo celebrate this totally beautiful spring weather, Canadian have taken to social media, sharing their pictures of the lovely spring snow.\nView this post on Instagram Went to go for a morning run this morning and found this to welcome me lol. Snow falling at the end of April. Welcome to Canada 😂 #activeliving #healthylifestyle #morningworkout #fitness #fitnessmotivation #cardio #run #running A post shared by Ian Johnston (@idbjohnston) on Apr 27, 2019 at 6:04am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Winter in April. Who wants to come to #edmonton A post shared by Testing (@trainsarefun1) on Apr 27, 2019 at 7:08am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Morning walk . . . #kramer #couldntcareless #itssnowing #springstorm #dailyviewedmonton A post shared by JLS (@4sweetiesyeg) on Apr 27, 2019 at 6:43am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Happy January 27th Y'all! Actually..April 27th with the overnight temperatures dipping slightly below freezing with that rain (now #snow storm) in #Midhurst #Ontario #Canada #Spring #Forest #Nature #SeaShepherd #ClimateChange A post shared by Jeff Glenda Jacob (@dmcjeff) on Apr 27, 2019 at 5:07am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Yesterday was our official moving day! We are spending the “summer” at my grandpawrents BUT it’s snowing here so this means I get a backyard AND SNOW! I’m must be in heaven 🙌🏼❄️ . . . #goldendoodle #goldendoodlelove #goldendoodlesofinstagram #puppylove #lakewoodranchdoodles #doglife #puppiesofinstagram #dogsofinstagram #pupflix #canadiandoodle #instadogs #ilovedogs #dogmom #doodlemodel #doubledoodle #dogmodel #mymtldog #dogsofcanada #canadiandoggo #canadapups #snowstorm #mustbespring #timmins #ontario #byemontreal A post shared by Dyson (@dyson.the.doodle) on Apr 27, 2019 at 6:46am PDT\nEven on Twitter, the consensus seems to be that this is just another typical spring in Canada.\nGood morning? @IamSnackless pic.twitter.com/de99SwhITT— Wathfy (@wathfy) April 27, 2019\nMy front yard this morning, crazy crazy weather! Glad I took my snowtires off! 🤪 #stalbert #edmonton #alberta #canada #snow #storm #winterisback pic.twitter.com/R0o7jNYMoe— De66ee (@de66ee) April 27, 2019\nGod dam was enjoying this all clear no more snow then mother nature Is like hey Its Canada let's do a snowstorm in the end of April come on mother nature lol !! pic.twitter.com/zin9tVfUzH— Justin Willard 🇨🇦 🏅 (@showoff_reigns) April 27, 2019\nYes, that is a whole lot of SNOW falling this morning in #yeg. Not terribly cold, but the roads could be slippery through the day. As much as 10cm of snow is expected, according to Environment Canada. #yegwx pic.twitter.com/rNqZSE1k3K— Adam Brilz (@RadioAdamBrilz) April 27, 2019\nWait, snow? pic.twitter.com/a1caJdKhMJ— PTBO_CANADA 🇨🇦 (@Ptbo_Canada) April 27, 2019\nI saw #snow this morning!!!! #weather in #Canada pic.twitter.com/9B9HFSNEUc— Debra E. Meilleur (@DebraMeilleur) April 27, 2019\nMost of Canada today is facing cooler temperatures to go with this snowfall. Major cities like Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, and St. John's are all hovering at 0°C or just a bit above it.\nIn Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia the temperatures are a bit higher, but they are currently facing severe flooding made worse by rain in this weekend's forecast.\nDisclaimer: Cover photo used for illustrative purposes only.