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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-03-2020, 11:33 AM Thread Starter



 
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Talking Groundhog Day February 2nd 2020

Okay okay ... I'm late here talking about Groundhog day and the predictions of our winter months or weeks ahead.


Here in Ontario Canada "Wiarton Willy" our albino rodent predicted an early Spring after some kerfuffle or mix up.

I missed the whole ordeal because I was shoveling snow and cursing the varmint who predicts our winter/spring weather.

Anyway ... we are suppose to have an early Spring and I don't care either way, I will be happy with sunny days and more bright light in the later part of the afternoon. I have some seedlings to start and some bulbs to plant in the next 4 weeks so I need light and a little warmth for that.

Anybody else have any predictions from any Rodents where you are located and your woe's and weather predictions?

Please share with us.

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Talking Most Groundhogs Agree -- Early Spring!

Both my significant other and I had the Important Discussion about Groundhog's Day on February 2nd morning, while we were enjoying our breakfast. J. did the research on the groundhog predictions in locations in Canada and in the US, and heralded the news that it would be an EARLY SPRING. Just one groundhog out east disagreed with this forecast, Shubenacadie Sam, as well as his friend, Lucie the Lobster -- who predict six more weeks of winter. You can get all of the news HERE > Groundhog Day 2020 | MSN


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Both my significant other and I had the Important Discussion about Groundhog's Day on February 2nd morning, while we were enjoying our breakfast. J. did the research on the groundhog predictions in locations in Canada and in the US, and heralded the news that it would be an EARLY SPRING. Just one groundhog out east disagreed with this forecast, Shubenacadie Sam, as well as his friend, Lucie the Lobster -- who predict six more weeks of winter. You can get all of the news HERE > Groundhog Day 2020 | MSN


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The hell with Shubenacadie Sam and Stupid Lucie the Lobster ... those 2 don't know squat! LOL
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