Humanities › Literature 10 Groundhog Day Quotes to Remind You That Spring Is Near Celebrate the arrival of spring with Groundhog Day quotes Share Flipboard Email Print Apostoli Rossella / Getty Images Literature Quotations Quotations For Holidays Funny Quotes Love Quotes Great Lines from Movies and Television Best Sellers Classic Literature Plays & Drama Poetry Shakespeare Short Stories Children's Books By Simran Khurana Education Expert M.B.A, Human Resource Development and Management, Narsee Monjee Institution of Management Studies B.S., University of Mumbai, Commerce, Accounting, and Finance Simran Khurana is the Editor-in-Chief for ReachIvy, and a teacher and freelance writer and editor, who uses quotations in her pedagogy. our editorial process Simran Khurana Updated July 03, 2019 It may seem far-fetched to those who live closer to the equator. But for people closer to the poles, Groundhog Day marks the arrival of spring and the end of winter. Revere the little furry creature that is likely to make an accurate prognosis of the arrival of spring this Groundhog Day. Read these Groundhog Day quotes to celebrate the season of joy. W. J. Vogel: "To shorten winter, borrow some money due in spring." Clyde Moore: "There's one good thing about snow, it makes your lawn look as nice as your neighbor's." Kin Hubbard: "Don't knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while." William Camden: "One swallow maketh not summer; nor one woodcock a winter." Anthony J. D'Angelo: "Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine." Bill Vaughn: "The groundhog is like most other prophets; it delivers its prediction and then disappears." Patrick Young: "The trouble with weather forecasting is that it's right too often for us to ignore it and wrong too often for us to rely on it." Phil Connors: "This is one time where television really fails to capture the true excitement of a large squirrel predicting the weather." George Santayana: "To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring." George Herbert: "Every mile is two in winter."