Did the Groundhog See His Shadow? 6 More Weeks of Winter

By Anonymous • Groundhogs: Where's My Shadow?; learn how tradition of gauging length of winter by groundhog's shadow got started; learn more about this member of squirrel family; practice making hand shadows of animals; 6 to 7:30 pm;

Did The LMAS Groundhog See His Shadow? February 2nd, 2012 by jake · 1 Comment. One year ago today, in the wake of our investigation, Wayne Zelinsky resigned his position as Interim Director of Louisville Metro Animal

Channel 2 Action News General Beauregard Lee leaves his home but doesn't see his shadow on Thursday morning, meaning an early spring for the area. According to weather lore, if the groundhog sees his shadow on Feb. 2, there will be six more weeks of

Yes, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow which means 6 more weeks of winter. The forecast from Punxsutawney Phil at the annual ceremony of Groundhog Day 2012, “Many shadows do I see: six more weeks of winter it must be.” Thousands of people that were

Staten Island Chuck — seen with William Frew (l.) and Peter Laline, on Groundhog Day at the Staten Island Zoo — didn't see his shadow. Spring is coming early, if it hasn't already arrived. Staten Island Chuck literally rolled out of his wooden hovel

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