Happy New Year? Arizona’s Most Miserable Day of the Year Forecast for January 6th 2021

  • Poll conducted on which month of the year is the gloomiest.
  • 36 year data identifies the rainiest and coldest day of that month.
  • Interactive map showing the most miserable day in each state.

After an incredibly challenging 2020, many of us will be looking at 2021 with a sense of cautious optimism, hoping we will finally turn the corner of the pandemic. However, before we try to put the events of the last year in the rear view mirror, we should perhaps mentally prepare ourselves for, at least in terms of the weather, two pretty gloomy months in January and February. Wouldn’t it be useful to be able to prepare if you knew when to expect the most miserable day of the year? After all, forewarned is forearmed (or fore-warmed)! Well, gather your woolly socks, a cup of hot cocoa and the ultimate rainy-day snack in anticipation for a full day of laying on the couch binge watching your favorite Netflix show…

Ezvid Wiki, a video wiki, software and media company, polled 3,000 of us to find out which month of the year we consider the gloomiest. The good people of Arizona overwhelmingly voted for January as the worst month of the year in the misery index. Some Arizonans may start off January on an optimistic note – viewing the year ahead as one full of promise. Yet as it progresses and the novelty of Christmas gifts wear off, and new year resolutions are quietly dropped, a more bleak outlook may emerge… Ezvid Wiki then analyzed 36 years of past weather data in order to identify the statistically coldest and wettest day in January, which in The Grand Canyon state falls on January 6th, making it Arizona’s most miserable day of the year!

Different states will experience their most miserable days on separate dates, based on the various climates across the country. For example, East Coast states like New York will have to hold out significantly longer for the inevitably gloomy day to arrive, as they voted February as the most miserable month – a time of the year when spring still feels far away, and the snow has turned from a crisp white to a sludgy brown color.

Ezvid Wiki have created an interactive infographic mapping out each state’s most miserable day of the year

‘Admittedly, no one wants to be outdoors on such cold, gloomy days,’ says Caroline Eliasson from Ezvid Wiki. ‘Which is why it is the perfect opportunity to book the day off to spend a day in cuddled up in front of the TV. After a challenging 2020, you deserve it!’

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