Residents across the nation may breathe a sigh of relief soon, thanks to to this year's Groundhog Day results.
Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow Wednesday, meaning spring weather is predicted to come early this year.
The news was welcomed in Punxsatawney, Penn., where the groundhog ceremony is held. The Nation Weather Service has called for seven more inches of snow in the city.
About one-third of the U.S. is also getting hit with winter's worst.
This was the 125th year Punxsatawney used its famous rodent to predict the weather. Phil isn't always accurate, but his appearance has become a tradition.
Thousands of people braved frigid temperatures to take part in the Groundhog Day event.