Someone get Bill Murray on the phone because it’s Groundhog Day once again. After a particularly foul winter blast, Houstonians will be delighted to know that Punxsutawney Phil did not see its shadow this morning at the annual ceremony in Gobbler’s Knob, meaning (if his predictions are correct) that an early spring is in store.
On the other hand, Punxsutawney Phil isn’t the most accurate meteorologist. The Pennsylvanian mammal has only been accurate in 39% of the time, according to CBS, since the tradition was incepted back in 1887.
That said, the rest of us can still cross our fingers for the early arrival of all things spring. From parks, gardens, patios, brunches, and more: check out our list of the best things to do this spring in Houston!