Blinding Sun Show In Sky Over Devon
Mother nature puts on a blinding evening rush hour performance over Lancaster Avenue.
It's the time of year once again when cold, clear winter skies and the rotation of the earth can sometimes combine for a blinding westbound evening commute on westbound Lancaster Ave.
This was how it looked a few minutes after 5 p.m. Wednesday for drivers heading past the Devon Horse Show grounds on Lancaster Ave./Route 30 in Devon.
Wednesday's official sunset was at 5:27:55 according to Unitarium.com.
Thursday's sunset will be at 5:29:07 p.m.. As the sunlit hours keep getting longer, the sun will to be right in the eyes of westbound evening commuters for at least a few more weeks.
Sunset starts to happen after 6 p.m. on March 9, according to a calendar on timeanddate.com.
Are you excited to see days get longer or do you prefer winter months? Tell us in the comments at the bottom of this article.