Feb. 2, 2011 -- For his 125th annual weather forecast Punxsutawney Phil delivered a rare treat to a country already fed up with winter. The groundhog did not see his shadow, thus predicting an early spring. Phil hasn't seen his shadow only 16 times since 1887. For the millions snowed in today, spring can't come soon enough.
The most recent storm that swept across the U.S. affected about one-third of the country; approximately 100 million people. For the Northeast it is the seventh storm to hit the region in the past 35 days.
Each storm brings with it many of the same problems, inconveniences and concerns:
Our question to you today: What part of winter do you hate the most?
The Associated Press contributed to this report.