By: London Yates
June 21st is the northern hemisphere's summer solstice, otherwise known as the longest day of the day (most daylight) and days get longer. The north is directly facing the sun
September 21st marks when the days go back to being equal.
December 21st is the shortest day for the northern hemisphere. (Smallest amount of daylight) and days get shorter. When North doesn't receive as much sunlight.
March 21st the days go back to being equal.