Friday, 18 Jan 2019

Today is the last 17 hours of the district. or later the sunset of 2018

A beautiful pre-17 hours sunset in November 2014. (Richard Barnhill via Flickr) The dimming is perhaps the hardest part of winter. This is especially true if you have the typical type of work from 9 to 5. Going out in the dark is never easy nor fun. And although the journey back home is quite dark since The time changes are on Sunday, starting on Friday. We will be up to two months before 5 pm sunsets. Friday at sunset the District is 16:59. Our sunsets will then arrive about a minute earlier each day for the next three weeks, until we reach sunset at 16:46. November 29. At that point, we stay sort of for a moment. At the same time, we lose the light at the end of the day, we also lose it at the beginning. In the coming weeks, the sunrise, currently at 6:43 am, will change one or two minutes later each day.
Sunset in Washington, by (Ian Livingston / The Washington Post) When Washington reaches its first sunsets, sunrise will have drifted at 7:05, also on the 29th of this month. This gives a daylight period of 9 hours and 41 minutes, compared to 10 hours and 17 minutes today. The shortest day arrives six weeks from Friday, during the winter solstice, December 21. That day, Washington will see only 9 hours and 26 minutes of daylight. If you're like me and you're looking for good news, we'll see the sunset later on December 15th, at 4:47 pm. Coming soon! Our next 17 hours sunset after today? January 5, 2019. Initially, this article incorrectly stated that the earliest sunrise was December 21, when it meant that it was the shortest day. .

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