Traditionally, February 2 is the day a cute little rodent predicts if we will have more winter or an early spring. Groundhog Day dates back to 1887, and it wasn't always predicted by a groundhog meteorologist. Germans used a hedgehog, and when the tradition moved to the United States, the Germans used a groundhog, because there are plenty of them in Pennsylvania.

 

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