Thursday, February 2, 2006

General Lee predicts early spring



Veteran prognosticator General Beauregard E. Lee may not be as famous as that other weather-predicting groundhog, Punxatawney Phil, but Lee has a much higher rate of accuracy, with an impressive 93 percent to Phil's 37 percent. Recognized by four Georgia governors and twice commended by the National Weather Service for his accuracy, the rotund Beau once again emerged from his estate, Weathering Heights, at sunrise this morning in search of his shadow.

Lee did not see his shadow, so an early spring is on its way!

Well, what if there is no tomorrow? There wasn't one today.
- Phil Connors (Bill Murray) in Groundhog Day .

1 comment:

Motherkitty said...

How cute! I'm glad to hear that an early spring is on the way.