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A study conducted with Foreca revealed that Finland is one of the greyest countries in Europe. The greyest day of the year is celebrated on the third Saturday of November, which is the 16th this year. In the search for the darkest day of the year, we took into account everything from humidity to cloud cover and from rain to light.
Naturally, the greyest day of the year is celebrated under the grey sky. We are inviting all Finns defeating the forces of nature. Let's gather to terraces of bars and to balconies of homes and raise a grey toast to the grey sky on Saturday 16th of November. As you might know, here in Finland the thing called terrace weather is not depending on the blue sky.
There are many grey days here in Finland, but only one can be the Greyest Day of the Year.
Welcome on board. Cheers.
There are many grey days, but only one can be #thegreyestdayoftheyear
Go out. Don’t forget your friends. Wear something warm. Even something grey.
You can celebrate where ever but the best places are the official Greyest Day of the Year party with other great minds, your balcony or a terrace of a bar.
Raise your glass of Original Long Drink to the grey sky. That's how you show to the world that here where we live the terrace weather is not depending on the sun. Cheers.
Helsinki is the greyest capital of the Europe in November.