There is an average of 3348 hours of sunlight per year (of a possible 4383) with an average of 9:09 of sunlight per day.
It is sunny 76.4% of daylight hours.
What time does it get daylight in California?
April 2019 — Sun in California
|29||6:59 am ↑ (74°)||1:28 pm (81.7°)|
|30||6:58 am ↑ (74°)||1:27 pm (82.0°)|
|* All times are local time for California. Time is adjusted for DST when applicable. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar. Today is highlighted.|
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What time does the sunset in January in California?
January 2019 — Sun in Los Angeles
|30||6:51 am ↑ (111°)||6:25 am|
|31||6:50 am ↑ (110°)||6:24 am|
|* All times are local time for Los Angeles. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.|
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How many hours of daylight is there in October?
|Oct||6||11 hrs 36 mins|
|Oct||7||11 hrs 33 mins|
|Oct||8||11 hrs 31 mins|
|Oct||9||11 hrs 28 mins|
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How long after sunset does it get dark?
Recap of How Long Darkness Takes After Sunset. So, there you have it, a complete answer. In summary, for the 48 contiguous states, it takes anywhere from 70 to 100 minutes for it to get dark after sunset. The further north you are, the longer it takes for true darkness to arrive after sundown.
What is the latest sunset in California?
Los Angeles, California, USA — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, April 2019
- Current Time: Mar 30, 2019 at 12:45:04 pm.
- Sun Direction: 107.55° ESE↑
- Sun Altitude: 32.23°
- Sun Distance: 92.916 million mi.
- Sunrise Today: 6:39 am↑ 83° East.
- Sunset Today: 7:14 pm↑ 277° West.
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