First Day of Winter, Though Snow Totals Near Two Feet

This evening's sunset will be at an early 4:38pm.

This evening's sunset will be at an early 4:38pm.

Happy Winter Solstice as this, December 21st, marks the first day of winter—though, already, we have received 22 inches of snow here in the Big Bear Valley (and more atop the resorts). This morning’s Winter Solstice sunrise was at 6:45am and, as it is the shortest day of the year, sunset will be at 4:38pm, per KBHR’s weatherman Ben Brissey. The days will start getting longer tomorrow!

[caption id="attachment_1417" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="This evening's sunset will be at an early 4:38pm."]This evening's sunset will be at an early 4:38pm.[/caption]

Happy Winter Solstice as this, December 21st, marks the first day of winter—though, already, we have received 22 inches of snow here in the Big Bear Valley (and more atop the resorts). This morning’s Winter Solstice sunrise was at 6:45am and, as it is the shortest day of the year, sunset will be at 4:38pm, per KBHR’s weatherman Ben Brissey. The days will start getting longer tomorrow!

Related posts:

  1. Five Months Later, Big Bear Valley Snow Totals Just Shy of 10 Feet; Winter Weather Advisory Issued for April 12
  2. More Snow for Spring! Big Bear Valley Snow Totals Now Top 10 Feet; Chain Requirements on Mountain Roads
  3. May 23 Blizzard Brings Valley’s Snow Totals to 131 Inches–Nearly Six Feet More Than Average
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