Groundhog’s Shadow Not Seen -Early Spring Predicted in 62% of US?

Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) February 8, 2004 -

The groundhog predictions are rooted in a German superstition that, if a hibernating animal casts a shadow Feb. 2 – the Christian holiday of Candlemas – then more bad weather is in store. If no shadow is seen, legend says spring will come early. Throughout the US, our eyes were watching this small animal on February 2 – but what did he see?

Preparing for an Early Spring

As one may expect, our Furry Fortune-Teller predicted different results depending on the region of the US he crawled out into! For example, in Wisconsin, Jimmy, the groundhog peeked into a bleak overcast day, to predict an early spring. Although 62% is a compilation of our research and should be taken as nothing more than an estimate – it is time to start thinking about preparing for spring.

To celebrate, Ground Hog Day, GregRobert Enterprises, LLC has launched “Backyard Style” – a new Internet portal dedicated to helping you create a beautiful haven in your backyard. With thousands of products and great articles featured weekly, this site will allow you to purchase the necessities and the luxuries necessary to beautify your home – on the outside.

About GregRobert Enterprises, LLC

GregRobert Enterprises, LLC. historically has offered discounted pet products for cat, bird, fish and dog owners. Their original Internet site, is a web portal for pet lovers. offers the same discounted, quality service and products as its counterpart in the pet market – but concentrates solely on lawn and garden supplies. With a wide variety of bird feeders, lawn statues, planters and pond gardening supplies, this is a new site that you don’t want to miss.

Visit GregRobert online at

Contact:    Mary Joyce, Nicayla Enterprises, Inc.


Groundhog’s Shadow Not Seen -Early Spring Predicted in 62% of US?

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