Related Program: Northland Morning Backyard Almanac: maple blossoms, aspen catkins and white pelicans! By Lisa Johnson • Apr 27, 2018 Related Program: Northland Morning TweetShareGoogle+Email A white pelican enjoys a breezy day on the St. Louis River in April, 2017 Larry Weber with a wrap up of April stats (three times as much snow, but precipitation still below normal), the migrants who've shown up just in the last week, and happy news on the frog front. Listen Listening... / 9:03 Tags: Backyard AlmanacLarry WeberAprilStatisticsFull MoonBirdsFrogsTreesWildflowersTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Backyard Almanac: Nor'easters: they're not just for New England anymore By Lisa Johnson • Apr 20, 2018 ©Tone Coughlin Photography. All rights reserved. Used with permission. The first half of April ended in a most dramatic fashion: record-breaking (low) temperatures, high winds, crashing waves and a record snowfall. And while it certainly wasn't appreciated by everyone, Larry Weber says it was still fascinating. Backyard Almanac: believe it or not, it's supposed to be 47 degrees By Lisa Johnson • Apr 13, 2018 Northlanders rejoiced when we hit an official high temperature of 47 degrees Wednesday. Trouble is, that's supposed to be the average temperature for this time of year. Backyard Almanac: why April snows are good for us By Lisa Johnson • Apr 6, 2018 Mumes World/Flickr How does that meme on Facebook go? "April showers bring snow plowers"? Leave it to Larry Weber to remind us just how important these April snows are.