Interactive chart on Boulder’s winter weather

Boulder’s Flatirons. Source: Bryce Bradford, flickr.



One comment

  1. I like your graphic, Emma. It’s fun to play with and explore and pretty easy to understand. If you spread out the data points on the Y axis a bit more, you might be able to separate some of the temperature points a bit more. I’m sure you noticed that ’16 and ’15 track so close for a couple months that one blocks the view of the other. I’d also like something to give a bit more context for the winter weather, like how it compares to winter weather a century ago, or whether over the last 30 or 50 years we’ve seen a trend.


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