Happy Groundhog Day! Traditionally, this is the day of the year when the humble groundhog will emerge from hibernation to either greet an overcast day and remain, or see its shadow and scurry back into its burrow, thus predicting another six weeks of winter ahead.

Sure, relying on the weather forecasting capabilities of a prematurely awakened rodent seems like a silly thing to put any faith into, but people believe in all sorts of things that don’t make any sense — like the importance of the Kardashians, reptilian overlords, and intelligent network television scheduling. But, hey, at least it gave us that awesome Harold Ramis movie with Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, and Chris Elliott! Shadow or no shadow, here are some of the ways we like to observe Groundhog Day (just don’t drive angry):