"We all love Groundhog Day. The idea that a furry rodent can pop out of the earth on Feb. 2 in Punxsutawney, Pa., and tell us, based on whether he sees his shadow, how soon spring will arrive? It doesn't get any more charming than that."
So reads a post written by Renny Vandewege, written for Ask Skye, at weather.aol.com.
"But how accurate is our lovable groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil?" asks Vandewege.
Click through to find out for yourself, and for more information about Groundhog Day — and how scientists "really determine when spring will arrive."