Summer 2024 in United States

Summer Starts : Friday, Jun 21st

Summer Ends : Sunday, Sep 22nd

Astronomical and Meteorological Summer

Astronomical Summer, a time of warmth and sun, graces the Northern Hemisphere around June 21st, marking the summer solstice. This elysian event heralds the longest day of the time and the sanctioned launch of summer. As June, July, and August unfold, the Northern Hemisphere basks in the sun's golden shafts. The Earth's position in its route causes the sun's shafts to strike at a advanced angle, performing in longer days and shorter nights. This shift brings warmer temperatures, inviting people to enjoy out-of-door conditioning like swimming, hiking, and picnicking.

Astronomical summer has a profound effect on both nature and mortal conditioning. Flowers bloom, trees bear fruit, and wildlife thrives in the cornucopia of the season. It's a time of growth and vitality, as auditoriums burst with color and fields overflow with crops. Summer leaves like Independence Day and Labor Day are celebrated during this time, bringing communities together for out-of-door fests and fireworks displays. It's also a popular time for recesses, as families escape the heat by heading to strands, lakes, and mountains.

Meteorological Summer, the season of sun and warmth, spans from June 1st to August 31st in the Northern Hemisphere. Unlike astronomical summer, which is grounded on the Earth's position relative to the sun, meteorological summer is defined by the timetable months. As June, July, and August unfold, the Northern Hemisphere gests the full glory of summer. The Earth's position in its route causes the sun's shafts to strike at a advanced angle, performing in longer days and shorter nights. This shift brings warmer temperatures, inviting people to enjoy out-of-door conditioning similar as swimming, feasts, and recesses.

Meteorological summer has a significant impact on both nature and mortal conditioning. shops thrive in the warmth, producing lush leafage and vibrant blooms. Wildlife becomes more active, and strands and premises buzz with exertion as people flock outside to soak up the sun. Summer leaves like the Fourth of July and Memorial Day are celebrated during this time, bringing communities together for picnics, processions, and fireworks displays. It's also a time for relaxation and revivification, as seminaries near for summer break, and families embark on recesses to enjoy the season's delights.

Dates for Summer

YearSummer StartsSummer Ends
Summer 2023Wednesday, June 21 2023Friday, September 22 2023
Summer 2024Friday, June 21 2024Sunday, September 22 2024
Summer 2025Saturday, June 21 2025Monday, September 22 2025
Summer 2026Sunday, June 21 2026Tuesday, September 22 2026
Summer 2027Monday, June 21 2027Wednesday, September 22 2027
Summer 2028Wednesday, June 21 2028Friday, September 22 2028
Summer 2029Thursday, June 21 2029Saturday, September 22 2029
Summer 2030Friday, June 21 2030Sunday, September 22 2030

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Summer
Name(s):Summer, Summer solstice, June solstice
Type:Season
When:Astronomical - Jun 20th to 22nd
Meteorological - June, July, and August
(Northern Hemisphere)
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01 WEDLoyalty Day
01 WEDLaw Day
02 THUNational Day Of Prayer
04 SATNational Explosive Ordnance Disposal (eod) Day
05 SUNCinco De Mayo
06 MONNational Nurses Day
08 WEDVictory In Europe Day
10 FRIMilitary Spouse Appreciation Day
12 SUNMother's Day
15 WEDPeace Officers Memorial Day
17 FRINational Defense Transportation Day
18 SATArmed Forces Day
22 WEDNational Maritime Day
22 WEDEmergency Medical Services For Children Day
25 SATNational Missing Children's Day
27 MONMemorial Day
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