Why History Says Colorado’s “Most Miserable Day” is January 16
The most miserable day of the year is supposedly here...So, it's all uphill from here right?
The video wiki, software, and media company Ezvid Wiki surveyed 3,000 Americans while also looking at average temperature and rainfall from the years of 1980 to 2016 in each state.
Those who were polled voted January the most miserable month in Colorado, based on the cold, wet weather. The worst day, period? Looking at a 36-year average, that would be January 16. The average temperature is 20 degrees with about 0.1 inches of rainfall expected. After all, Colorado is proud of our 300 days of sun, so when we can't get it, we get a major case of the SADs (seasonal affective disorder).
Fortunately the forecast thinks history will be bucked in 2021. Partly sunny skies will bring a high around 46 degrees. If this is the "most miserable" day of 2021, we'll take it.
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