It looks like we'll see an early spring. Famous groundhog, Punxsuatawney Phil has not seen his shadow.

When they pulled Phil from his hole on Saturday morning, he didn't run for cover. No shadow in sight, which mean we might see a shorter winter - if you believe in the Groundhog Day folklore.

The tradition has been going on since 1887, and Phil is just the first groundhog to make a prediction today. Staten Island Chuck in New York and General Beauregard Lee in Atlanta have yet to report.