It's official: spring is right around the corner.
Last week on Feb. 2, a well-known weather predictor, who happens to be a groundhog called Punxsutawney Phil didn't see his shadow. His annual appearance before a crowd of onlookers at Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, PA was part of the Groundhog Day tradition celebration.
Not seeing his shadow means, according to legend, that it will be an early spring. This was the first time since 2020 that Phil has predicted early spring, the 21st time since records were kept.
But, while many were very happy about this prediction, not everyone was overjoyed at the news, like this snowman.
Seen last week, this snowman looked very dejected as he surveyed the melting snow all around or maybe he was unhappy due to winter weight gain?
Some snowmen were oblivious to the forecast, most likely as they reside indoors and ignore weather predictions, like these outside some of the mill apt residences.
Cheers 🍷 and Thanks for the birthday well wishes last weekend. It was a stay-at-home celebration with dinner at a downtown restaurant capped off with a piece of the signature dessert, tall cake. The flavors change monthly, this was lemon. Yes, I shared with Patrick.
Enjoy Your Weekend, Everyone
60-degree temps forecast in Nashua, NH, on Saturday