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Solar Information

Graphic: Solar Sparkline Graph       Graphic: UV Sparkline Graph

Yellow dot below = Actual Sun position
Current Sun position - graph
Green line(high line) = the curve the sun will follow on the 21 st of June(longest day)
White line(low line) = the curve the sun will follow on the 21 st of December(shortest day)
Solar Noon @ 13:10
Sunrise @ 6:17 am Sunset @ 8:03 pm
SOLAR HIGHS UV HIGHS
Today 0 W/m2 as of 12:00 AM Today 0.0 as of 12:00 AM
Yesterday 1056.0 W/m2 at 12:11 PM Yesterday 10.3 at 12:35 PM
August 1158.0 W/m2 on 8/15/2017 August 10.9 on 8/5/2017
2017 1454.0 W/m2 on 6/6/2017 2017 15.0 on 6/23/2017
Sunshine hours (today) 00:00 hrs Sunshine hours (yesterday) 06:30 hrs
Sunshine hours (August) 94:55 hrs Sunshine hours (2017) 947:25 hrs

The higher the UV Index, the more intense the exposure to UV rays that can damage the skin. Here is a way to get a rough estimate of how much exposure to the sun at a given UV Index might result in sunburn. People's response to exposure can vary widely, depending upon skin type(and among other things).

Personal Protection suggestion graph |  EPA SunWise *EXT* |  Sunburn Risk Table