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Minnesota groundhog predicts early end to winter

Punxsutawney has Phil, but what does the weather in central Pennsylvania have to do with Minnesota? The Twin Cities have Stanley and the official local groundhog could not see his shadow through all the fog. If large rodents are any predictor, Minnesota's winter, such as it is, will end early.
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Punxsutawney has Phil, but what does the weather in central Pennsylvania have to do with Minnesota? The Twin Cities have Stanley and the official local groundhog could not see his shadow through all the fog. If large rodents are any predictor, Minnesota's winter, such as it is, will end early.

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