Related Program: Northland Morning Backyard Almanac: may you live in interesting Junes.... By Lisa Johnson • Jun 14, 2019 Related Program: Northland Morning ShareTweetEmail Credit John Prince/Flickr The so-called ancient Chinese blessing/curse, "May you live in interesting times," is probably neither ancient or Chinese. But you get the point when Larry Weber remarks that, one week before the summer solstice, we're looking at high temperatures in the 60s. Listen Listening... / 7:33 Tags: Backyard AlmanacLarry WeberFirefliesSummer SolsticeTemperaturesShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Backyard Almanac: Fern State Park and wildflowers galore By Lisa Johnson • Jun 7, 2019 ©Bryan French. Used with permission. Maybe you can't leave right away to look for wildflowers with Larry Weber (or Bryan French, for that matter!), but here is a slideshow of many of the flowers Larry mentioned on his show today to tide you over. Bryan French is a phenologist, photographer and the founder of the Duluth Phenology group on Facebook. Backyard Almanac: warm weather snow and the week of four seasons By Lisa Johnson • May 31, 2019 ©Lisa Johnson Backyard Almanac: A lot to see but, "Don't be in a hurry!" By Chris Harwood • May 24, 2019 Lorie Shaull [via Flickr] Naturalist Larry Weber reports the astonishing statistic that we've had more snow in May 2019 than either January 2019 or March 2019. Backyard Almanac: if spring moves north at 15 miles a day ... but it snows ... By Lisa Johnson • May 17, 2019 Becky Matsubara/Flickr Larry Weber is hanging out in southern Minnesota, where spring is in full swing. Actually, it was 85 yesterday; maybe summer has already started down there.