Some areas of the province have been pummelled by snow over the last couple of weeks.
But that's not the case everywhere.
The Director of Agricultural Services for Vulcan County Kelly Malmberg says it seems to stop around Calgary.
"We missed all of that, we got a skiff of snow but I've travelled a fair bit of country the last week or so and it's dry, it's extremely dry, so out in that Lomond country there's been guys seeding, they're just seeding into dry soil but we're starting the year really dry," Malmberg says.
He doesn't expect to see crop rotations change a lot.
"All these grain commodities are on fire right now, that's the frustrating thing is it would be nice to get some moisture right now because after last year these grain prices are pretty hot," he says. "I don't think people's seeding intentions change a whole lot, they have a rotation they follow, but if you see anything you'll probably see more wheat acres, maybe a little less barley and canola."
Malmberg says April, May and June are usually the wettest month so a couple of inches of rain could still make a big difference but cattle are also in need of some precipitation for feed so the next two to three weeks could decide what type of season it'll be.