Glad tidings on this Groundhog Day. An early spring is on the way, We are here to share the relief that accompanies a tradition dating back to 1887. This age-old practice hints at more than just a change in seasons; it might also signal a warming trend in the real estate market.
While many are familiar with the Pennsylvania Dutch superstition behind this tradition, where a groundhog’s shadow dictates the length of winter, the reliability of such predictions might be as unpredictable as the weather itself. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Phil’s annual forecast has proven accurate only 39% of the time, with a slight improvement over the last decade.