March 2022 Marks The Spring Equinox And Signals Longer, Warmer Days Ahead

The equinox arrives at 11:33 a.m. Eastern time, but we’ll actually have more than 12 hours of daylight

The end of winter and the first day of astronomical spring in the Northern Hemisphere

It’s another reminder from Mother Nature that we’re heading toward warmer and brighter days.

Equinoxes happen twice a year: once in March and once in September.

the first day of spring in North America, Europe, and Asia, places in the Southern Hemisphere are marking the end of summer and beginning of autumn.

This time the Earth is tilted on its axis by about 23.5 degrees.

Earth takes about 365 and a quarter days to orbit the sun.

Daylight is equal in most zones of the world today, at exactly 12 hours

In the Southern Hemisphere, the same day (June 21) will mark the winter solstice, which will result in the shortest day of the yea