Post Originals  ·   February 2, 2012

D.C. Groundhog predicts more winter, gridlock (1:55)

- The District of Columbia council officially declared February 2, 2012 as "D.C. Groundhog Day." The festivities in Dupont Circle included a fake groundhog, named Potomac Phil, that predicted six more weeks of winter. (Feb. 2) ()

- The District of Columbia council officially declared February 2, 2012 as "D.C. Groundhog Day." The festivities in Dupont Circle included a fake groundhog, named Potomac Phil, that predicted six more weeks of winter. (Feb. 2) ()

D.C. Groundhog predicts more winter, gridlock (1:55)

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