WEST MICHIGAN — (FOX 17) — For the first time since September, the sunset in West Michigan will occur at 8:00PM on Sunday, and it will not be earlier than 8:00 until this September.
On Sunday, the sunrise is at 7:38AM, and the sunset is at 8:00PM. This gives a length of daylight of 12 hours and 22 minutes. The length of daylight will continue to increase until the first day of summer in June. On that date, the sunrise is at 6:03AM, and the sunset is at 9:25PM. This results in 15 hours and 22 minutes of daylight.
It looks like the weekend should cooperate for your outside plans, though there could be some snow along and south of I-94 Sunday afternoon and evening.
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