Related Program: Northland Morning Backyard Almanac - what a difference a week makes By Lisa Johnson • Dec 9, 2016 Related Program: Northland Morning TweetShareGoogle+Email red or pine squirrel December started off warmer than normal and a week ago, our snow was all gone. Fast forward to today, and the snow is back plus we have temperatures below zero in the forecast for the first time this season. Listen Listening... / 8:02 Tags: Backyard AlmanacLarry Weberpine squirrelred squirrelflying squirrelsTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Backyard Almanac - the first snow of a 20-degree-above-average-season By Lisa Johnson • Nov 18, 2016 Lisa Johnson As a heavy, wet snow descends on the Northland, Larry says November snows frequently don't last. But then, most Novembers don't average 47 degrees for a daytime high, either. Backyard Almanac - "where normal ends" By Lisa Johnson • Nov 25, 2016 Lisa Johnson We bid adieu to Aut-win, Larry's post-leaf-drop/pre-snow season ... and welcome the season of tracks. Backyard Almanac - the triumphant return of Aut-win! By Lisa Johnson • Dec 2, 2016 Bernard Spragg. NZ/Flickr Larry offers a wrap-up of our warmer-and-wetter-than-usual November, bids adieu to the snowpack for now, and welcomes the rain: "Every walk has been a fungal find!"