As the autumn season comes into full swing, us Canadians can't help but think about the looming winter weather ahead.\nREAD ALSO: Warning: Frost Advisory Alert Issued Across Quebec Tonight\nTL;DR Farmers' Almanac has predicted that this year Canada is going to see winter temperatures as low as -40 to -45°C in February 2019. Both Quebec and Ontario will experience unusal freezing temperatures at the start of next year, with Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba reaching temperatures far below normal. British Columbia is the only province expected to see normal temperatures this winter.\nCanada is definitely the most prepared country for freak-of-nature winter weather. We're used to near-Ice Age temperatures, but that definitely does not mean we enjoy them.\nDespite being ready for really anything when it comes to the country's weather, how prepared are we actually for this year's especially dreadful winter?\nYes, it's true. The 2018-19 Canadian winter season is going to absolutely suck. To give you an example, temperatures are expected to hit the -40's to -45's in February 2019.\nView this post on Instagram 서울 너무너무너무너무 더워 눈 사진이라도 봐야지ㅠ.ㅠ 벤프 존스턴협곡 . . . . . . #travelstagram #tripstagram #instatravel #wintercanada #wintertrip #canada #banff #winterbanff #rockeymountain #canadatravel #johnstoncanyon #canyonning #겨울밴프 #밴프여행 #로키산맥 #여행스타그램 #존스턴협곡 #존스턴협곡투어 #캐나다여행 #thetravellingjoo🚀 A post shared by Joo Hyun Park (@joo_hyunny) on Jul 21, 2018 at 10:49pm PDT\nThere's no doubt the entire country will experience teeth-chattering cold, but what provinces have it worse off than the others?\nAccording to the trusted Farmers' Almanac winter prediction, eastern Ontario and Quebec are going to have it the worst at the beginning of the new year, with the coldest temperatures heading south and east towards the Laurentian Plateau from the Great Lakes.\nView this post on Instagram Neige + vent = tu vois rien :( #acadie #peninsuleacadienne #nouveaubrunswick #newbrunswick #nb #explorenb #canada #explorecanada #imagesofcanada #wintercanada #winterphotography #pvtcanada #pvtistes # lyonnaiseaucanada #lyon #myfreedom🇨🇦 A post shared by Marielle (@myfreedom.ca) on Jan 25, 2018 at 6:33pm PST\nIn most areas of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and western Ontario, it is going to be an absolute nightmare. You'll definitely want to stock up on soup, hot chocolate, thick outerwear and even some extra heaters, beacause this winter is going to be an unforgiving one.\nFrostbite begins to occur within 10 minutes after wind chill sinks temperatures to -40°C, so Canadians are at serious risk this year.\email@example.com via\nIt's only in British Columbia that normal winter temperatures will be seen this year. It's safe to say the rest of the provinces are very, very jealous right now.\nLet's just hope we can experience even a little bit of a winter wonderland this year before Canada freezes over.\nFor more on Farmer' Almanac's winter forecasts, click HERE.