Asked in Earth Sciences, Southern Hemisphere, Seasons
If it is the winter solstice in New York what solstice or equinox is it in Sydney in the southern hemisphere?
The December solstice, summer
Asked in New Zealand, Seasons, England
If it is winter in England what season is it in New Zealand?
When it is winter in England, it is Summer in New Zealand.
Asked in New Zealand, Seasons
Why is it summer in New Zealand when it's winter here?
It is summer in New Zealand when it is winter here because New Zealand is south of the equator. ...
Asked in Seasons, New Zealand, Stars
If you live in New Zealand during what day of the year would the suns rays be most direct?
December 21 or 22, coinciding with the Winter Solstice in the northern hemisphere. ...
Asked in Seasons, New England
What month is winter in New England?
In the Northern Hemisphere the winter season officially start at the December solstice and lasts till the following equinox. The December solstice is on either December 20, 21, 22 or 23; and the following Equinox is around March 20, 21, 22 or 23 ...
Asked in New Zealand, Wellington
What month has highest rainfall in new zealand?
New Zealand is in a Temperate region, which means the Summers are hot, Autumn (Fall) is windy, Winter is cold and wet and Spring is warm and stormy. The wettest seasons are Winter and Spring, with September having the highest level of rainfall. ...
Why does the new year begin more than a week after winter solstice?
well it actually starts a week after the summer solstice from where I stand ...
Asked in Sunrise and Sunset Times
Why is sunset time different in north and south like in pennsylvania and florida?
The farther you get from the equator and the closer you get to the poles, the more sunlight you rotate through around the summer solstice and the more darkness you rotate through around the winter solstice. For example, New York City has about 15 hours of sunlight on the summer solstice and about 9 hours on the winter solstice. Jacksonville has about 14 hours of sunlight on the summer solstice and about 10 hours on the winter solstice. ...
Asked in New Year's Eve, New Year's Day
Why is New Year's Day on the first day of the new year?
Because it marks the first day of the New Year on the Gregorian calendar, just as the Fourth of July is on the Fourth of July in the US and the Winter Solstice is celebrated on the day of the Winter Solstice, December 21. ...
Asked in Calendar, Sunrise and Sunset Times
What is the shortest day of the year in New Mexico?
The winter solstice, as with every par of the world. :)
Asked in New Zealand, Japan, Seasons
When it is winter in Japan what season is it in New Zealand?
Japan is in the northern hemisphere and New Zealand is in the southern hemisphere, therefore their seasons are opposite. When it is winter for one, it is summer for the other. ...