Groundhog day is finally here but it doesn't seem like we have gotten a clear answer on if we will get six more weeks of winter or an early start to spring.
Groundhogs across the country, including Punxsutawney Phil in Pennsylvania, gave inconsistent winter predictions Tuesday morning, meaning the answer to the question "when will winter end?" is still up in the air for those looking to get their forecast from the critters.
of Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney
Punxsutawney Phil was let loose from his tree stump as the sun was rising on Tuesday and saw his shadow, which according to the legend means six more weeks of winter is on the way.
But Punxsutawney Phil is not the only weather-predicting groundhog in the country, as some states have their own special critters that warn of late winter or early spring.
Those in the state of Wisconsin look to Jimmy the Groundhog every year on the special day, and lucky for those who fear the cold, he predicted an early spring.
Also going against the word of Punxsutawney Phil is Buckeye Chuck, who has been looked to by the people of Ohio since 1979.
It's now up to you to decide which groundhog to believe in, but you might want to look away from Punxsutawney Phil; some say he his not very good at his job, statistically speaking.
CNN reports he has actually only been correct 50% of the time in the past ten years, which is of course a failing grade.