What is the current sunrise/sunset time in your area right?
What about you?
Sun rises a 9:14 and sets at 15:16.
The length of the day is 6 hours and and 2 minutes.
In my area (62'28'40 N):
The sunrise today was: 09:09
The sunset today was: 15:33
The lenght of the day is: 6h 24m 05s
The midday sun altitude today was: 7°
Pic related, view from my window this morning at sunrise.
I like my short days in the winter and no nights in the summer, thank you very much.
just took this pic
currently 8:21am here
22. Nov in Central Europe (Prague): sunrise 7:23, sunset 16:08
El Nino lads. My area and most of NORTH north america has a more mild winter this year ebacuse of it, this time last year there was a foot of snow on the ground and was around -10c. Currently it's 3C.
my area is JUST about on the yellow edge of the "Dry" spot. where that piece of land spits out into Lake erie.
Apparently it's 7:01 and 4:35
>tfw less and less sun every day
I love it when more than half the day is night.
Yeah for sure. It's weird how here we get a fuck load of snow and cold as fuck weather, but not a very early sunset in the winter, earliest is 4:45pm, probably because i'm in the western part of my timezone.
It's because you're not as far north. You get a lot of snow and colds because you're inland, and because you have a colder climate than central Europe. I'm not sure exactly where in that yellow dry zone you meant when you explained where you live, but that lake which is called Lake Huron is about 44-45 degrees north, which is the same latitude as northern Italy.
Down all day
Down all day
>his language doesn't have a word for kaamos
True, but my area's earliest sunset is 4:46pm, but a city like Boston in is in the same timezone as me and it's 4:10pm. Far eastern parts of Quebec (such as Chevery) the sunset there goes to 2:52pm.
How do you people living there deal with seasonal depression?
I like to wake up early but when my room is still dark in the morning I get super depressed and become very inactive. Even the sky looks so dead during winter.