The Meaning of the Winter Solstice

The winter solstice is at 7:27 PM Pacific Time on December 21st, initiating the start of astronomical winter. Sunrise will be at 7:54 AM and sunset at 420 PM, for a total of 8 hours and 25 minutes for the length of the day.... Read More.

The History of the Summer Solstice

The summer solstice is Tuesday June 21st at 7:57 AM, marking the longest day of the year in Everett at 16 hours, 2 minutes. The summer solstice is also the beginning of astronomical summer or more commonly called the start of the summer. After... Read More.

The Meaning of the Winter Solstice

It may seem like winter has already arrived with our recent snows, but on the calendar, winter starts with the winter solstice. This year, the solstice is on Wednesday, December 21st at 148 PM PST. December 21st will also be the shortest day of... Read More.

The Meaning of the Winter Solstice

This year’s winter solstice is on Tuesday, December 21st at 759 AM PST and marks the start of winter on the calendar. December 21st will also be the shortest day of the year. In Everett, the day will only be 8 hours, 22 minutes,... Read More.

Stories Behind The Summer Solstice

The summer solstice is coming up on June 20 at 8:32 PM PDT. The summer solstice is when the Earth’s tilt toward the sun reaches its maximum at 23.44 degrees, the sun is at its highest position in the sky, and is the day... Read More.