Summer officially arrives this morning, at 10:16, on this the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.
There will be nearly 18 hours between the sunrise time this morning, which was 4.15, and the sunset time tonight, which is 9.56.
The big news however, is that we actually might be able to see the sun most of today and tomorrow, which is a pleasant change from what has been the case, in Northeast B.C., during much of the past few days.
That’s particularly true in Fort Nelson, which recorded another 30.7 millimeters of rain yesterday giving it 62.6 millimeters in the past two days.
However, that’s nothing compared to flood ravaged Southern Saskatchewan, where where Estevan got another 31.4 millimeters yesterday, and has now recorded about 318…that’s more than a foot…since the first of May.