The Vernal (Spring) Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere is in March. In the Southern Hemisphere, it's in September. More
Autumn 2019Start (September Equinox)Sep 2211:50 pmDuration 89 days, 20 hrs, 29 mins
Winter 2019-2020Start (December Solstice)Dec 217:19 pmDuration88 days, 23 hrs, 30 mins
Spring 2020Start (March Equinox)Mar 197:49 pmDuration 92 days, 17 hrs, 54 mins
Summer 2020Start (June Solstice)Jun 201:43 pmDuration 93 days, 15 hrs, 46 mins
Solstices & Equinoxes for Valdez
|Year||March Equinox||June Solstice||September Equinox||December Solstice|
|2014||Mar 20||8:57 am AKDT||Jun 21||2:51 am AKDT||Sep 22||6:29 pm AKDT||Dec 21||2:03 pm AKST|
|2015||Mar 20||2:45 pm AKDT||Jun 21||8:37 am AKDT||Sep 23||12:20 am AKDT||Dec 21||7:47 pm AKST|
|2016||Mar 19||8:30 pm AKDT||Jun 20||2:34 pm AKDT||Sep 22||6:21 am AKDT||Dec 21||1:44 am AKST|
|2017||Mar 20||2:28 am AKDT||Jun 20||8:24 pm AKDT||Sep 22||12:01 pm AKDT||Dec 21||7:27 am AKST|
|2018||Mar 20||8:15 am AKDT||Jun 21||2:07 am AKDT||Sep 22||5:54 pm AKDT||Dec 21||1:22 pm AKST|
|2019||Mar 20||1:58 pm AKDT||Jun 21||7:54 am AKDT||Sep 22||11:50 pm AKDT||Dec 21||7:19 pm AKST|
|2020||Mar 19||7:49 pm AKDT||Jun 20||1:43 pm AKDT||Sep 22||5:30 am AKDT||Dec 21||1:02 am AKST|
|2021||Mar 20||1:37 am AKDT||Jun 20||7:32 pm AKDT||Sep 22||11:21 am AKDT||Dec 21||6:59 am AKST|
|2022||Mar 20||7:33 am AKDT||Jun 21||1:13 am AKDT||Sep 22||5:03 pm AKDT||Dec 21||12:48 pm AKST|
|2023||Mar 20||1:24 pm AKDT||Jun 21||6:57 am AKDT||Sep 22||10:49 pm AKDT||Dec 21||6:27 pm AKST|
|2024||Mar 19||7:06 pm AKDT||Jun 20||12:50 pm AKDT||Sep 22||4:43 am AKDT||Dec 21||12:20 am AKST|
|* All times are local time for Valdez. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar. Times adjusted for DST if applicable. Current year is highlighted.|
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Learn more about equinoxes and solstices
The summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere is in June, while in the Southern Hemisphere, it's in December. More
The fall (autumnal) equinox in the Northern Hemisphere is in September. In the Southern Hemisphere, it's in March. More
The Winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere is in December, while in the Southern Hemisphere, it's in June. More
The March equinox is the spring (vernal) equinox in the Northern Hemisphere and fall (autumnal) in the south. Night and day are nearly the same length. More
The June solstice is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere & the shortest day in the Southern Hemisphere. More
The Sun shines directly on the Equator on the September equinox and the length of day and night is nearly equal, but not quite. More
The December solstice is the summer solstice in the Southern Hemisphere and the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. More
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