Albert Hammond says it never rains in Southern California. And what Albert Hammond says, goes. Or something like that. But just as there're places where it rarely rains, there're plenty of places that make up for it. So which city has the country's wettest, cloudiest, most miserable weather?
That'd be Seattle, WA -- and Buffalo, NY.
At least, that's according to climate blogger Brian Brettschneider, who pulled data from the National Climate Data Center and Global Climate Historical Network for the average annual rainfall, number of wet days, and total cloud cover in the 73 largest US cities, to find the nation's dreariest metropoles. Each city was then assigned a score from 0 to 30.