Winter is Really Starting to Get to Some People

Ohio prosecutor seeks death penalty for Punxsutawney Phil after bad forecast

Could be worse. Could be an infinity of Groundhog Days.

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  • Tim in Cleveland

    Someone had to put an end to his “rain” of terror.

  • John C

    Here in Connecticut, people are getting very tired of this extended winter. P-Phil has got to go.

  • The True Will

    But HERE, we pay attention to Malvern Mel and Holtsville Hal and Staten Island, uh, someone.

  • Beccolina

    And here, were would welcome another month of winter if it included heavy snow and rain. Looking at more drought in WY; there’s not enough water in the reservoirs to even start crops.

  • Bill

    Winter is exhausting here in WNY. ENDLESS!

  • Peggy R

    We’re expecting a half foot or more of snow in STL area tomorrow. Watch it be a nothingburger!
    We’ve had frequent snowfall this past month, oddly with little accumulation after a day of precip. Ground not cold enough? The Mississippi is again at normal levels after a year+ drought thanks to snow up north. It sure rose quickly, which is good news. I had never seen it so low.

  • Dave G.

    Don’t mess with the Buckeye State.

  • Mark S. (not for Shea)

    I live in Maine, where we had 18 inches of snow on the first day of Spring. I have to admit I’ve been having fantasies of groundhog sandwiches.

    I love winter, or I wouldn’t live where I live, but it’s time for spring already.

  • dianeski

    Now I know why geezers move to Florida. It’s looking better all the time.

  • Elaine S.

    13″ and still coming down (very lightly) here in central Illinois. Looks more like Christmas than Palm Sunday!

  • Kate

    That’s what happens when you take the apparent observations of a rodent seriously… Just remember…”Don’t drive angry.” Bill Murray to the groundhog in “Groundhog Day.” Besides some of the other rodent prognosticators seemed to get it right. Don’t worry Ohio, spring always has the last word and winter yields.

  • Joe

    Yup. Things do get a little boring here in Ohio.