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Hoping for an early spring? Wiarton Willie’s prediction says you’re in luck

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If you’re looking to put away your winter coat sooner or later, there’s good news.

Ontario weather rodent Wiarton Willie predicted early spring when his shadow disappeared Thursday.

This year’s Groundhog Day predictions were officially released at 8:07 am from Weirton, Ontario. on the South Bruce Peninsula.

Crowds gathered in sub-zero temperatures to see if the famous Willie would see his shadow and what that would mean in the coming weeks. make a report.

“I think a lot of people are really happy because it’s cold today,” said Daniel Edwards, head of economic development for the town of South Bruce Peninsula. will be done.”

Every February 2nd, we look to Wiarton Willie to see if we can see his shadow (meaning the remaining six weeks of winter), or if there is no shadow, predicting early spring. This year marks the 67th anniversary of its founding.

“People were so excited. It’s been two years since we were able to get together for a live prediction because of the pandemic. People said they were super excited to go out and celebrate live in person.” I think,” said Edwards.

Shubenakadi Sam and Punkstunny Phil Predict a Long Winter

Nova Scotia’s beloved groundhog Shubenacuddy Sam saw his shadow predicting another six weeks of winter.

In Pennsylvania, Tuesday morning, Punxsutawney Phil also saw his shadow and geared up for a long winter.

last year, Groundhog Day predictions collided Between Weirton Willie, who called for early spring, and Svenacadhi Sam, who called for long, cold winters.

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