One of the best parts about the summer months are beautifully late sunsets. From May to the early days of August, we get to enjoy brighter and longer days, but all good things come to an end and the time has come for earlier sunsets.
This is your reminder to enjoy the extra minutes of sunlight while it lasts because Sunday, October 8th will be the last 7 p.m. sunset of the year in Miami, according to data from timeanddate.com. This means that from Monday night onward, the sun will begin setting earlier.
However, there’s still plenty of time before we start experiencing shorter days and longer nights, as Daylight Savings Time will end on Sunday, November 5. The sun will begin setting just after 5 p.m. then.
Be sure to make the most of these summer sunsets while you can by finding a panoramic spot to take in the views, or a rooftop restaurant overlooking the skyline. After all, there’s nothing more beautiful than watching the sun go down over our iconic city!
Looking ahead to the future, the next sunset after 7 p.m. won’t be until March 2024.
More information can be found at www.timeanddate.com.