Review of Trinidad, Colorado


climate all year round
Star Rating - 2/26/2013
Trinidad has about 9,000 residents and is the county seat of the very large and quite empty Las Animas County. The winters have many sunny days and few are overcast in the year.
Usually there is little snow or rain, and this area east of the Rockies is rather dry, about with 15.5" of precipitation. Visibility tends to be unlimited, the skies are some of the bluest you have ever seen.
Snow comes more in February, March, and April. It can arrive in a one-foot dump, or as light flakes in 4" levels, but usually melts off during the day or the second day.
If the cloudy days and nights in the Midwest are hard on your spirit, this may be the place for you.
Jaye Kay | Trinidad, CO
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Is there a domestic water quantity problem in Trinidad? Some years ago, someone told me that domestic wells there were having to be dug increasingly deeper at significant expense and that Trinidad was typically in drought.
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