We are so, so sorry.
On Wednesday, May 19, Environment Canada issued several snowfall and winter storm warnings in regions of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
In Alberta, the warnings cover the smallest amount of ground, sticking in the southwest area of the province. Places like Canmore and Kananaskis, for example, are being warned of up to 25 centimetres of snow before Friday morning.
Next door in Saskatchewan, most of the northern half of the province has either snowfall or winter storm warnings. Places like Cree Lake and Key Lake could get up to 40 centimetres of snow.
Manitoba's warnings are also concentrated in the north. The province has winter storm advisories with up to 40 centimetres of snow, too, and the addition of potential freezing rain in other regions.
If this isn't springtime in Canada, we don't know what is. Stay safe, bundle up and avoid the roads when possible.