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2014 Groundhog Day results: Punxsutawney Phil tweets his prediction

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Did the groundhog see his shadow on Groundhog Day 2014? Punxsutawney Phil will make his big announcement about an early Spring or six more weeks of winter on Twitter on February 2.

UPDATE: More winter! Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Sunday morning, so expect more cold weather and snow ahead if you believe in his prediction.

The announcement will be made shortly after 7:20 a.m., when Phil rises up out of his home on Gobbler's Knob on Sunday. Make sure you follow @visitPA on Twitter for the big news.

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If you wake up early enough, you can tune in to watch the famous groundhog make his prediction live via this free online webcast around 7:20 a.m.

This is Punxsutawney Phil's 128th prognostication. If he does not see his shadow, Phil will predict an early spring. If he does see his shadow, six more weeks of winter are in store.

Big crowds are expected to gather in Pennsylvania for the big event.

Despite the 15 degree temperatures predicted by, people will still bundle up and come out to Gobbler's Knob hoping to see Phil predict and early spring.

In addition to his live appearance online and his shout out on Twitter, Phil will also post the news onFacebook.

If you miss Punxsutawney Phil's live tweet, watch a replay of his prediction on the official Groundhog YouTube Channel.


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