Saturday 21 September 2019

Autumn Equinox - Stonehenge Weather Forecast Mon 23rd Sept 2019 - Sunrise 6.53 AM - Sunset 7.05 PM - Open 9.30 AM - 7.00 PM - Last Entry 5.00 PM

Monday 23 September☀ ▲ 6:53    19:05  ▼ ☼
0:0013 °c12 °c0 %0.0mm32%8mph13mph95%0
3:0011 °c10 °c0 %0.0mm36%11mph11mph95%0
6:0010 °c10 °c18 %0.1mm65%4mph8mph95%0
9:0014 °c14 °c0 %0.0mm47%8mph13mph78%1
12:0018 °c18 °c15 %0.1mm83%13mph17mph65%3
15:0017 °c17 °c0 %0.0mm69%15mph24mph65%5
18:0014 °c13 °c30 %1.2mm98%13mph24mph93%2
21:0015 °c14 °c30 %1.3mm100%13mph24mph97%0
The September equinox (or Southward equinox) is the moment when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading southward. Due to differences between the calendar year and the tropical year, the September equinox can occur at any time from September 21 to 24.
At the equinox, the Sun as viewed from the Equator rises due east and sets due west. Before the Southward equinox, the Sun rises and sets more northerly, and afterwards, it rises and sets more southerly.
The equinox may be taken to mark the end of summer and the beginning of autumn (autumnal equinox) in the Northern Hemisphere, while marking the end of winter and the start of spring (vernal equinox) in the Southern Hemisphere.