There is a huge difference in psychology however. If a Boulderite wakes up to a sunny day, they might well say to themselves, “Ah, another sunny day. How nice .” See the photo above. If a Bremer wakes up to a sunny day, they might well say,” Wow, the sun is shining. This is really great!” There are just a lot more sunny days in Boulder (more than in San Diego or Miami, reckoned at 300 sunny days per year). Complacency can set in, and when it is overcast, one knows that it is just for a day or so, and a major storm can last longer, of course. I recall how last November and December in Bremen, there were almost no sunny days at all. Between Christmas and New Years there were a few sunny (and crisp and cold) days, which were memorable, because they were memorable. In Boulder, where I am now writing this, it’s is sunny almost every day, and therefore recalling a particular day as having been a sunny one would not be easy at all.
Living in Germany half time, as we do, one can very much appreciate why the Greeks created the sun god Apollo, as when the sun does shine there, one feels one should worship the sunshine itself.