Hambden Bob wrote:Fred,another Masterpiece!! It's really nice to see you make your Rotten 4th Grade Teacher,Mrs. Klumpowski,eat her words about how you'd never grow up to be anything much if you didn't do more Cipherin'! You showed her,I'd say you Ciphered this Job right outta the BallPark!
Lightning wrote:And this is due to the heat retention of the Earth lagging vs length of daylight heating right??
Another interesting thing is that the shortest day won't have the latest sunrise and earliest sunset.. Also the longest day won't have the earliest sunrise and latest sunset either..lsayre wrote:Some trivia for those enjoying the cold:
Statistically on average the coldest day of the year comes one full month after the shortest daylight day of the year (which is December 21st). That makes January 21st the most likely day to be the coldest day of the year.
Also, statistcally on average the hottest day of the year comes one full month after the longest daylight day of the year (which is June 21st). That makes July 21st the most likely day to be the hottest day of the year.