Groundhog Day goes digital

On February 2, the Groundhog Day tradition will go mobile as Punxsutawney Phil, the famous weather-predicting groundhog, communicates with the public via text message.

On February 2, the Groundhog Day tradition will go mobile as Punxsutawney Phil, the famous weather-predicting groundhog, communicates with the public via text message. Consumers can opt-in to receive a text with the groundhog's prediction for the spring, as well as more tourism information about Pennsylvania. The state of Pennsylvania is also allowing the public to watch its annual Groundhog Day events live via webcast.

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