After extreme wildfire hazards were issued across much of the Prairies last week, fire crews and residents were looking to the skies for help.
And Mother Nature delivered the wet weather they've been longing for.
It hasn't been just rain either. Heavy amounts of snow was recorded from Alberta to Manitoba this weekend. So you can forget the saying, April showers bring May flowers. It's more like April snow covers budding blossoms.
Here's a look at just a few of the impressive snowfall totals.
However, it's not all bad news. Spring weather is just on the brink. The central Prairies can get excited -- for a temperature warm-up that is.
Places like Regina, Saskatoon, Brandon and Regina can expect warmer weather starting on Tuesday. And some cities will see a temperature climb of up to 8 degrees. 'This is all due to the ridge that is developing across the central Prairies,' explains Weather Network Meteorologist Greg Stephens.
So make sure you break out your sunglasses and take advantage of the lovely spring weather.
For the latest details on the current weather across the Prairies. Tune into The Weather Network on TV. Your National Forecast comes up at the top and bottom of each hour.