Daylight

Started by Bigguy, May 09, 2018, 07:15 pm

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Bigguy

I have been watching the daylight time for awhile now. It has steadily gone up by almost 2 minutes a day now. From what my app says on my phone right now we are getting 14 hours and 31 minutes of daylight. I want to document when this starts to go back. I find it interesting for some reason. The app I use for sun times on my phone is called Weather Underground. It's a real cool app for weather. ;D

chen_zhen


June 22nd the days will start getting shorter.

chen_zhen

May 09, 2018, 10:33 pm #2 Last Edit: May 09, 2018, 10:38 pm by chen_zhen
According to this chart:
https://www.timeanddate.com/sun/canada/toronto?month=6

.. it shows the earliest sunrise date and latest sunset date.
I suppose June 22nd is between those dates so it should be about correct although it appears June 24th is the longest day?
Perhaps June 25th they start getting shorter.

 

Bigguy

That's not far off. I am surprised we have 14 hours of daylight. I think things are shifting though.

lesmond

Summer solstice 2018 in Northern Hemisphere will be at 11:07pm on
Thursday, 21 June
All times are in United Kingdom Time.

I always know the longest day here because its the day after my birthday :)

Bigguy

Quote from: chen_zhen on May 09, 2018, 10:33 pmAccording to this chart:


Nice chart, thanks for that. I hate seeing the time start to slip. Not sure why I watch suntimes, lol.



Quote from: lesmond on May 10, 2018, 04:01 amSummer solstice 2018 in Northern Hemisphere will be at 11:07pm on
Thursday, 21 June


See, I find that depressing, lol. I don't like it when time slips away.

Bigguy

14hrs 47 minutes