(WFRV) – Each day we go further into the fall season, the days get shorter.

From October 12 onwards, we are losing about 3 minutes of day length per day. By October 31, 2022, sunset time will be at 5:42 p.m. That means we will have lost around 50 minutes of daylight from the first day of October.

Heading into the month of November, Daylight Savings Time will start on Sunday, November 6. The sun will rise at 6:36 a.m., and set at 4:34 p.m. This will give way to less than ten hours of daylight.

Comparing this to October 12, we will have lost a full hour of daylength time.

The Winter Solstice is on December 21, 2022, and each day following, we will gain back a few minutes of sunlight until next June.