Days Still Getting Longer: Sunrise and Sunset Times

We are entering the time of year where we have the most daylight.

Kids that are told to be home by dark love this time of year because they can stay out after 9:00PM.

These are our longest days of the year, as we near the Summer Solstice on June 21st.

Starting June 22nd, the days will get shorter, and for you winter lovers, winter is on the way, although this is also the hottest time of year on average.

Day: June 11th – Sunrise: 5:57AM – Sunset: 8:48PM
Day: June 12th – Sunrise: 5:56AM – Sunset: 8:49PM
Day: June 13th – Sunrise: 5:56AM – Sunset: 8:49PM
Day: June 14th – Sunrise: 5:56AM – Sunset: 8:50PM
Day: June 15th – Sunrise: 5:56AM – Sunset: 8:50PM
Day: June 16th – Sunrise: 5:56AM – Sunset: 8:51PM
Day: June 17th – Sunrise: 5:57AM – Sunset: 8:51PM

******Sunrise Starts Getting Later*********

Day: June 18th – Sunrise: 5:57AM – Sunset: 8:51PM
Day: June 19th – Sunrise: 5:57AM – Sunset: 8:51PM
Day: June 20th – Sunrise: 5:57AM – Sunset: 8:52PM
Day: June 21st – Sunrise: 5:57AM – Sunset: 8:52PM

*****Longest Day of the Year*********

Day: June 22nd – Sunrise: 5.57AM – Sunset: 8:52PM


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