Gallery: Staten Island Chuck Disagrees With Punxsutawney Phil, Says Spr...

Groundhog Day is here and spring is in the air — at least for New Yorkers. This day of weather reckoning, where we put all our sunny spring hopes on a furry animal and his shadow, has produced mixed results this year! While famed fur ball Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning in Pennsylvania, thus predicting six more weeks of winter, Staten Island Chuck did not. This is great news for New Yorkers who can look forward to enjoying an early spring, if they aren’t already.

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  1. alexiussmith February 4, 2014 at 2:22 pm
    stop making dump stuff that we don't understand this.
  2. Codamoda February 2, 2012 at 3:18 pm
    IM all for traditions, but groundhog day should be taken a little less seriously. Since the start, the groundhog has accurately predicted the seasons 33% of the time. So flipping a coin February 2nd would be a more accurate method.