Facts About The Movie Groundhog Day That Will Keep You Coming Back For More

They Had To Use Fake Snow

Columbia Pictures
Columbia Pictures
Columbia Pictures

While the film is supposed to take place on February 2, Groundhog Day, the actual filming of the movie occurred between March 16 and June 10, 1992.

Towards the end of shooting, the temperature began to reach upwards of 80 degrees, so they had to bring in fake snow in order to make it still look like winter in the town. This also meant that the actors and extras had to wear big snow coats in the heat of the summer.