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Thousands await U.S. groundhog Punxsutawney Phil's spring prediction

(Reuters) - After record-breaking freezing temperatures across North America and an unusually powerful winter storm known as a "bomb cyclone," one critter's annual weather prediction might be the last hope for those itching for an early spring.
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