Thursday is Groundhog Day, and for Americans that means two things: Bill Murray and Punxsutawney Phil. And no matter which way the weather forecast goes, you can watch both online.

Before you tune into the 1993 Murray film "Groundhog Day" on Amazon, spend the morning at Gobbler's Knob, Pennsylvania, with Punxsutawney Phil, who has been called "the world's only true weather forecasting groundhog." Phil, who has been making predictions for more than a century, has become famous worldwide for his knack for predicting whether spring's coming early or winter will continue.

"According to legend, if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter weather," reads. "If he does not see his shadow, there will be an early spring."

Phil was scheduled to leave his burrow at 7:25 a.m. EST Thursday. You can see a live stream of the festivities below starting at 6 a.m. here or below:

Phil will come out of his burrow and speak to the president of the Groundhog Club's Inner Circle (spot them in tuxedos). Only the president knows Groundhogese, so the public will depend upon him to translate the forecast, according to

Afterward, attendees can see a top hat decorating competition at 10 a.m., nab free hot chocolate at B's Books until 11 a.m., watch a chain saw carving until noon at Barclay Square or attend the annual craft show 'n' sale until 2 p.m. at the community center.

If you miss Punxsutawney Phil's forecast — or simply don't like it — you can seek out another groundhog Thursday. Watch Staten Island Chuck make his prediction on or Shubenacadie Sam emerge in Novia Scotia.

But take their predictions with a proverbial grain of salt, as groundhogs aren't always the most accurate weathermen. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which matched up February and March temperatures with Phil's forecasts, he's shown "no predictive skill" in recent years.