Summer solstice is the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, meaning you have the most light during the day to enjoy outside activities!
During summer solstice the sun sits directly over the Tropic of Cancer (the 23.5 north latitude mark).
Contrary to what people may think, the Earth is actually the furthest from the sun during this time of year.
It has already been pretty hot outside but interestingly, there is an average of a one month lag between summer solstice and peak summer temperatures. Good thing we have a beach near by to cool off!
Get outside today and enjoy the sun for a bit, they’ll be plenty of daylight for it!