Punxsutawney Phil has seen his shadow on Monday morning, prognosticating six more weeks of winter.
“The groundhog’s predication came around 7:25 a.m. in Punxsutawney, Pa., with overcast skies and scattered snow and rain showers moving through the region from the latest winter storm,” said Washington Post.
Last year, the furry munchkin also got his way when 2014 saw its longest winter lasting through early weeks of March.
For generations, this tradition has determined how much longer we keep get to keep our coats on so ladies and gentlemen…bundle up because the cold is here to stay.
Groundhog Day 2015 Predicts Six More Weeks of Winter was originally published on boom92houston.com