Why Groundhogs Shouldn’t Be Allowed to Predict the Weather

Every year on February 2nd, we celebrate Groundhog Day. And every year, Punxsutawney Phil comes out of his hole after a long winter’s rest—if he sees his shadow, 6 more weeks of winter; if he doesn’t, early spring. Or so the tradition goes.

This year, Phil indicated that we should expect an early Spring. I’m no meteorologist, but judging from the snow blanketing the ground in this, the last week of March, I’d say Phil was a bit off his game this year.

So, what’s keeping our hands and minds occupied while we anxiously await Spring? Quite a lot, actually!

The outdoorsy-types around the office have been at Saranac at Lake Manassas, enjoying the view of the water as they offer tours of the community’s final phase—gorgeous, wooded homesites!

As for Phil, well, better luck next year!

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