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Solstices & Equinoxes for New York (1500—1549)

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  • Current Season

     Winter 2019-2020

    Winter 2019-2020

    Start (December Solstice)
    Dec 2111:19 pm
    Duration 88 days, 23 hrs, 30 mins
  • Next Season

     Spring 2020

    Spring 2020

    Start (March Equinox)
    Mar 1911:49 pm
    Duration92 days, 17 hrs, 54 mins
  •  Summer 2020

    Summer 2020

    Start (June Solstice)
    Jun 205:43 pm
    Duration 93 days, 15 hrs, 46 mins
  •  Autumn 2020

    Autumn 2020

    Start (September Equinox)
    Sep 229:30 am
    Duration 89 days, 20 hrs, 31 mins

Countries define seasons differently. This calculator refers to astronomical seasons, not meteorological seasons. All times are local time for New York.

Solstices & Equinoxes for New York

YearMarch EquinoxJune SolsticeSeptember EquinoxDecember Solstice
1500Mar 1010:23 pm LMTJun 121:12 am LMTSep 1311:26 am LMTDec 1111:24 pm LMT
1501Mar 114:13 am LMTJun 126:56 am LMTSep 135:12 pm LMTDec 125:10 am LMT
1502Mar 119:58 am LMTJun 1212:42 pm LMTSep 1310:55 pm LMTDec 1210:50 am LMT
1503Mar 113:46 pm LMTJun 126:37 pm LMTSep 144:45 am LMTDec 124:42 pm LMT
1504Mar 109:38 pm LMTJun 1212:16 am LMTSep 1310:24 am LMTDec 1110:27 pm LMT
1505Mar 113:20 am LMTJun 126:02 am LMTSep 134:17 pm LMTDec 124:13 am LMT
1506Mar 119:04 am LMTJun 1211:56 am LMTSep 1310:10 pm LMTDec 1210:02 am LMT
1507Mar 112:53 pm LMTJun 125:38 pm LMTSep 143:48 am LMTDec 123:47 pm LMT
1508Mar 108:40 pm LMTJun 1111:26 pm LMTSep 139:44 am LMTDec 119:44 pm LMT
1509Mar 112:28 am LMTJun 125:11 am LMTSep 133:35 pm LMTDec 123:35 am LMT
1510Mar 118:16 am LMTJun 1210:58 am LMTSep 139:20 pm LMTDec 129:20 am LMT
1511Mar 112:07 pm LMTJun 124:53 pm LMTSep 143:15 am LMTDec 123:20 pm LMT
1512Mar 108:04 pm LMTJun 1110:36 pm LMTSep 138:58 am LMTDec 119:11 pm LMT
1513Mar 111:54 am LMTJun 124:25 am LMTSep 132:51 pm LMTDec 123:00 am LMT
1514Mar 117:43 am LMTJun 1210:23 am LMTSep 138:47 pm LMTDec 128:53 am LMT
1515Mar 111:40 pm LMTJun 124:11 pm LMTSep 142:25 am LMTDec 122:38 pm LMT
1516Mar 107:30 pm LMTJun 1110:02 pm LMTSep 138:22 am LMTDec 118:33 pm LMT
1517Mar 111:18 am LMTJun 123:51 am LMTSep 132:15 pm LMTDec 122:23 am LMT
1518Mar 117:05 am LMTJun 129:39 am LMTSep 137:59 pm LMTDec 128:03 am LMT
1519Mar 1112:50 pm LMTJun 123:31 pm LMTSep 141:53 am LMTDec 122:00 pm LMT
1520Mar 106:42 pm LMTJun 119:12 pm LMTSep 137:36 am LMTDec 117:49 pm LMT
1521Mar 1112:25 am LMTJun 122:53 am LMTSep 131:25 pm LMTDec 121:34 am LMT
1522Mar 116:07 am LMTJun 128:44 am LMTSep 137:17 pm LMTDec 127:27 am LMT
1523Mar 1112:01 pm LMTJun 122:26 pm LMTSep 1412:51 am LMTDec 121:10 pm LMT
1524Mar 105:48 pm LMTJun 118:10 pm LMTSep 136:42 am LMTDec 117:03 pm LMT
1525Mar 1011:35 pm LMTJun 121:57 am LMTSep 1312:32 pm LMTDec 1212:53 am LMT
1526Mar 115:25 am LMTJun 127:44 am LMTSep 136:12 pm LMTDec 126:31 am LMT
1527Mar 1111:12 am LMTJun 121:38 pm LMTSep 1412:05 am LMTDec 1212:27 pm LMT
1528Mar 105:07 pm LMTJun 117:24 pm LMTSep 135:51 am LMTDec 116:17 pm LMT
1529Mar 1010:54 pm LMTJun 121:11 am LMTSep 1311:43 am LMTDec 1212:02 am LMT
1530Mar 114:37 am LMTJun 127:08 am LMTSep 135:42 pm LMTDec 125:58 am LMT
1531Mar 1110:34 am LMTJun 1212:57 pm LMTSep 1311:24 pm LMTDec 1211:46 am LMT
1532Mar 104:23 pm LMTJun 116:43 pm LMTSep 135:20 am LMTDec 115:43 pm LMT
1533Mar 1010:11 pm LMTJun 1212:33 am LMTSep 1311:17 am LMTDec 1111:40 pm LMT
1534Mar 114:04 am LMTJun 126:22 am LMTSep 134:59 pm LMTDec 125:21 am LMT
1535Mar 119:52 am LMTJun 1212:12 pm LMTSep 1310:51 pm LMTDec 1211:20 am LMT
1536Mar 103:48 pm LMTJun 115:57 pm LMTSep 134:37 am LMTDec 115:12 pm LMT
1537Mar 109:38 pm LMTJun 1111:42 pm LMTSep 1310:23 am LMTDec 1110:53 pm LMT
1538Mar 113:19 am LMTJun 125:35 am LMTSep 134:16 pm LMTDec 124:45 am LMT
1539Mar 119:16 am LMTJun 1211:24 am LMTSep 139:53 pm LMTDec 1210:28 am LMT
1540Mar 103:02 pm LMTJun 115:07 pm LMTSep 133:42 am LMTDec 114:16 pm LMT
1541Mar 108:42 pm LMTJun 1110:54 pm LMTSep 139:37 am LMTDec 1110:07 pm LMT
1542Mar 112:32 am LMTJun 124:42 am LMTSep 133:17 pm LMTDec 123:44 am LMT
1543Mar 118:14 am LMTJun 1210:28 am LMTSep 139:08 pm LMTDec 129:39 am LMT
1544Mar 102:04 pm LMTJun 114:12 pm LMTSep 132:56 am LMTDec 113:34 pm LMT
1545Mar 107:53 pm LMTJun 119:55 pm LMTSep 138:43 am LMTDec 119:16 pm LMT
1546Mar 111:33 am LMTJun 123:45 am LMTSep 132:38 pm LMTDec 123:12 am LMT
1547Mar 117:32 am LMTJun 129:35 am LMTSep 138:18 pm LMTDec 129:02 am LMT
1548Mar 101:25 pm LMTJun 113:20 pm LMTSep 132:08 am LMTDec 112:53 pm LMT
1549Mar 107:10 pm LMTJun 119:10 pm LMTSep 138:06 am LMTDec 118:50 pm LMT
* All times are local time for New York. Dates are based on the Julian calendar. Times adjusted for DST if applicable. Current year is highlighted.

The Seasons Calculator shows the times and dates of Vernal (Spring) & Autumnal (Fall) equinoxes and Summer and Winter solstices all over the world.

Learn more about equinoxes and solstices

A crocus in the spring Sun.

Vernal Equinox

The Vernal (Spring) Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere is in March. In the Southern Hemisphere, it's in September. More

The Sun shining through the Stonehenge ancient monument.

Summer Solstice

The summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere is in June, while in the Southern Hemisphere, it's in December. More

Low angle view of fall forest.

Autumnal Equinox

The fall (autumnal) equinox in the Northern Hemisphere is in September. In the Southern Hemisphere, it's in March. More

The Sun shining through a naked tree in winter.

Winter Solstice

The Winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere is in December, while in the Southern Hemisphere, it's in June. More

March equinox illustration

March Equinox

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

June solstice illustration

June Solstice

The June solstice is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere & the shortest day in the Southern Hemisphere. More

September equinox illustration

September Equinox

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

December solstice illustration

December Solstice

The December solstice is the summer solstice in the Southern Hemisphere and the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. More

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