Get ready to bundle up because winter is here to stay, according to the nation’s two most famous groundhogs.
Photo courtesy of Punxsutawney Phil’s Facebook Page
De Blasio did not get a warm response from the audience when he said Staten Island Chuck “likes the polar vortex” after the prediction was made.
He also did not receive a friendly response from Chuck, who de Blasio dropped as he was trying to hold him during the ceremony.
It wasn’t the first time the groundhog had an awkward encounter with a New York City mayor. In 2009, he bit then-mayor Michael Bloomberg’s finger.
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