Backyard Almanac: make that twice in 40 years By Lisa Johnson • Feb 23, 2018 TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit Paul Downey/Flickr Larry Weber says, until now, only once in his forty years of keeping records has there been more snow in February than January. After this weekend ... make that twice. Listen Listening... / 9:08 Tags: Backyard AlmanacsnowLarry WeberFebruarymarchtemperaturesTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Backyard Almanac: Clear Skies & Sunlight By Lisa Johnson • Feb 19, 2018 Joshua Mayer Flickr With clear skies and sunlight this February, birch trees are creating tree wells, or tree circles, as Larry Weber calls them. Find out what else is in store the rest of February and join Larry tracking this Sunday, weather permitting of course. Backyard Almanac: the ice of Lake Superior - and a tracking workshop on the way! By Lisa Johnson • Feb 9, 2018 ©Lisa Johnson Today marks the 12th straight day of below-zero temperatures and 40 days of them so far this winter. Despite that, the low angle of the sun means we have wrap-around sunrises and -sets, we're up to ten hours of daylight, and Larry Weber is leading a Critter Walk as part of the Sam-Zim Birding Festival! Backyard Almanac: the 84 degrees you missed in February of 1996 By Lisa Johnson • Feb 2, 2018 ©NOAA A lot of folks still remember where they were on the February 2 in 1996 when Tower hit a record -60 below zero and Duluth recorded -39. But do you remember where you were a week later when the temp jumped 84 degrees?