With hundreds of schools closed and almost a foot of snow on the ground it seems like we are in for the long haul as far a winter weather is concerned.
Before a crowd of about 150 people Woody the Woodchuck made her winter weather prediction.
Sub zero temperatures, rain, snow, sleet or hail…the show will go on this Sunday in Howell.
Woody, Michigan’s Official Groundhog, did not see her shadow Saturday morning, predicting the early arrival of spring.
If Michigan’s Official Groundhog’s prediction is correct, the Great Lakes State is in for an early spring.
Feb. 2 marks Groundhog Day and the halfway point between winter and spring.
Nearly 500 Detroit area students will see their “shadows” on Groundhog Day, Thursday, Feb. 2. That is to say — they will emerge from their classrooms and enjoy a day job shadowing career professionals at top area companies.
Livingston County’s resident weather-predicting woodchuck has indicated six more weeks of winter ahead.
We’ll finish the weekend with comparitively milder weather.
Sunday, partly sunny with a high of 30 degrees.