When it comes to predicting the weather, at least once a year, the most famous forecaster is Punxsutawney Phil. I mean really, how many other "weathermen" have had a movie made about them?
But, over the years, how accurate has American's most famous rodent been right?
Groundhog Day was first celebrated on February 2, 1886 in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, but the legend of the groundhog’s prognosticating prowess was first established a year later. A group of devoted followers went to Gobbler’s Knob to spread word that the little rodent had special powers to determine the length of the winter.
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Punxsutawney Phil must have a different definition of "Winter"..Today's hi will be 75... And I have tomato plants with tomatoes on them . Still, he is the Seer of Seers..Prognosticator of....well, you know the rest. Here's this years report...
Today is the 126th trek to Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, PA for Punxsutawney Phil's official prognostication. This site lets you follow the entertainment, fireworks, events and, of course, Phil's prediction!
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