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2014 Groundhog Day YouTube channel: Six more weeks of winter ahead?

Will the groundhog see his shadow on Feb. 2, 2014?
Will the groundhog see his shadow on Feb. 2, 2014?
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Wondering if the groundhog will see his shadow on Feb. 2, 2014? If you don't want to get up for his 7:20 a.m. prediction, then watch a replay of Punxatuwney Phil's prediction on YouTube.

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.

Last year, Phil didn't see his shadow, so he predicted an early spring. It still felt like a long winter, but just the thought of spring coming early is probably why this little groundhog is so popular.

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To watch Phil make his prediction live, watch the live streaming webcast here starting at 7:20 a.m. ET on Sunday, February 2.

If you sleep in, head over to the PAGroundhog channel on YouTube here to watch the famous groundhog rise up out of his temporary home in Gobbler's Knob, PA. and let us know if we have to suffer through six more weeks of winter.

Get live updates about Phil's prediction on Twitter and on his Facebook page.

Prior to the big event, check out Punxatuwney Phil's YouTube videos to see what he's been doing prior to Groundhog Day 2014.

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