Punxsutawney Groundhog Club

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Rejoice, Winter: Groundhog Sees Shadow

Punxsutawney Phil says 6 more weeks of winter; Staten Island Chuck begs to differ

(Newser) - Like last year , Punxsutawney Phil rose early this morning, looked around, and doomed us all to six more weeks of winter, reports the AP . The official proclamation: "Forecasts abound on the Internet, but I, Punxsutawney Phil, am still your best bet. Yes, a shadow I see, you can... More »

Another State Calls for Punxsutawney Phil's Head

Maryland's Montgomery County PD issues wanted poster for groundhog

(Newser) - Seems Punxsutawney Phil is on everybody's not-so-hot list after promising an early spring that didn't exactly come to pass. Days after an Ohio prosecutor indicted the weather-predicting groundhog , calling for the death penalty, a Maryland police department has issued a wanted poster , DCist reports. The critter is wanted... More »

Groundhog: Get Ready for 6 More Weeks

Groundhog Day is here again...and winter is here for a bit longer

(Newser) - PETA may be calling for his replacement-by-robot , but that didn't stop Punxsutawney Phil from doing his job today. The most famous weather forecaster on four legs saw his shadow this morning in Gobbler's Knob, and you know what that means: six more weeks of winter. Conveniently enough, the official end... More »

Robot Should Replace Punxsutawney Phil: PETA

Groundhog Day is too stressful, group says

(Newser) - PETA has taken on the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club, alleging that the famous clairvoyant groundhog is abused by the annual festivities and suggesting it be replaced with a robot. In a letter, a PETA representative claims that the crowds, flashbulbs from cameras, and handling involved in Groundhog Day stress out poor... More »

Get Punxsutawney Phil's Prediction Via Text

Yep, from groundhog's mouth to your phone on Feb. 2

(Newser) - If you’ve got Groundhog Day circled on your calendar but won’t be able to catch Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction in person, the rodent’s got you covered: Come Feb. 2, you can get the news—an early spring, or six more weeks of winter—via text message. And... More »

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