The agency says soil moisture levels and wetland storage remain at or near capacity over much of the province going into freeze-up.
The Swift Current Creek, Wood River, Notekeu Creek, lower Carrot River, Red Deer River, upper Assiniboine River and Swan River basins all have above normal moisture conditions.
These areas had above normal rain during the summer as well as above normal precipitation in October.
Based on an average snowpack and spring melt, the Water Security Agency says most regions could see an above normal spring runoff.
The initial Spring Runoff Outlook will be issued in early February.