Happy Summer Solstice Everyone!
The Summer Solstice has the longest hours of daylight for those living North of the equator. Those living or travelling to the North of the Arctic Circle are able to see the “midnight sun”, where the sun remains visible throughout the night, while those living or travelling south of the Antarctic Circle will not see sun during this time of the year. For those living near the equator, the sun does not shift up and down in the sky as much compared with other geographical locations away from the equator during this time of the year. This means that the length of day temperature does not vary as much.
Enjoy your daylight while you can, because from here on out your days become shorter!