So, we couldn't help but wonder how the blonde beauty is doing during this rough time.
[Image via Perrie Edwards/Instagram.]
Punxsutawney Phil is relied on to give an accurate guess as to just how much winter we have left.
And he has proven himself more than unreliable again and again, every year.
Finally, it seems like he's pissed off the wrong people…
The Merrimack Police Department in New Hampshire have issued an arrest warrant for the famous groundhog!
They released a statement on Facebook:
Punxsutawney Phil is probably one of the least reliable weathermen in history.
Though we're pretty sure Phil hasn't adjusted for global warming over the past decade… so maybe it's not entirely his fault.
Regardless, people still rely on the little guy to predict just how much winter is left.
So, when the little critter popped out of his home in Gobbler's Knob (heh heh), Pennsylvania, what did he see?
Every year on February 2nd, Punxsutawney Phil comes out of his burrow at Gobbler's Knob and predicts whether spring is just around the corner, or if we're in for 6 more weeks of winter.
This year, Phil got it wrong, as he so often does.
On the first day of spring on Wednesday, the Northeast was blasted with snow and chilly weather.
Statistically, Phil is actually wrong more often than he should be if he were just guessing.
Maybe it's time for a new profession. Especially now that things are getting serious.
Omg that is so funny!
And so cute.
We had no idea what it was at first until he sticks his little head out.
People might hate how they "ruin lawns" but we think they're just too cute.
In Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania the world's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, climbed to Gobbler's Knob, ready to predict how far away spring was.
More than 18,000 people arrived to see Phil's prediction.
The Inner Circle is a small group of men who work closely with Phil and they're the ones who pass on his prediction.
The Inner Circle's vice president said:
"Phil's prediction is predicated on what Phil tells our president. Using a chirp and a click and a wink of an eye."
Sounds very magical.
So… what did Phil predict this year?
He saw his shadow! Oh no! Six more weeks of winter!
The entire crowd erupted into boos.
But never fear, even though Phil has been making predictions since 1887 (he looks great for his age) his accuracy is only about 39%.
So let's hope he's wrong and spring is just around the corner!
[Image via AP Images.]