Temperature 7.7 °C
Wind NNW @ 17 to 38 km/h
Baro Pressure 100.2 kPa
Precipitation 0.0 mm today
Lightning 0 counts today
Thursday May 25 00:55

Almanac

On this Date, May 25

Normal and Record Temperatures

Record Hi 32.2°C in 1928
Normal Hi 17.6°C
Normal Lo 4.5°C
Record Lo -5.0°C in 1918

In the Sky Over Calgary

Twilight Begins 04:51
Sunrise 05:34 Azimuth 54°
Moonrise 06:01 Azimuth 66°
Sun Transits 13:34 Altitude 60°
Moon Transits 13:37 Altitude 55°
Moonset 21:24 Azimuth 298°
Sunset 21:35 Azimuth 306°
Twilight Ends 22:18

Solar and Lunar Events

Solar Seasons

2016
Spring Equinox: Mar 19 22:30 MDT
Summer Solstice: Jun 20 16:34 MDT
Fall Equinox: Sep 22 08:21 MDT
Winter Solstice: Dec 21 03:44 MST
2017
Spring Equinox: Mar 20 04:28 MDT
Summer Solstice: Jun 20 22:24 MDT
Fall Equinox: Sep 22 14:02 MDT
Winter Solstice: Dec 21 09:28 MST
2018
Spring Equinox: Mar 20 10:15 MDT
Summer Solstice: Jun 21 04:07 MDT
Fall Equinox: Sep 22 19:54 MDT
Winter Solstice: Dec 21 15:22 MST
2019
Spring Equinox: Mar 20 15:58 MDT
Summer Solstice: Jun 21 09:54 MDT
Fall Equinox: Sep 23 01:50 MDT
Winter Solstice: Dec 21 21:19 MST

Lunar Phases

2016
Feb New Moon: Feb 08 07:39 MST Lunation 1152
First Quarter: Feb 15 00:47 MST
Full Moon: Feb 22 11:20 MST Snow Moon
Mar Last Quarter: Mar 01 16:11 MST
New Moon: Mar 08 18:55 MST Lunation 1153
First Quarter: Mar 15 11:03 MDT
Full Moon: Mar 23 06:01 MDT Crow Moon
Last Quarter: Mar 31 09:17 MDT
Apr New Moon: Apr 07 05:24 MDT Lunation 1154
First Quarter: Apr 13 22:00 MDT
Full Moon: Apr 21 23:24 MDT Pink Moon
Last Quarter: Apr 29 21:29 MDT
May New Moon: May 06 13:30 MDT Lunation 1155
First Quarter: May 13 11:03 MDT
Full Moon: May 21 15:15 MDT Flower Moon
Last Quarter: May 29 06:13 MDT

Glossary

Altitude The angle, in degrees, between the horizon and the object. Since Calgary is north of the Tropic of Cancer, the maximum altitude of the sun or moon will always be above the south horizon.
Azimuth The angle, in degrees, measured clockwise from north to the point on the horizon where the object appears.
Transit The instant when the object passes over the observer's meridan. Since Calgary is north of the Tropic of Cancer, this will be the instant when the sun or moon is due south.
Twilight In the above listings, actually Civil Twilight. When the sun is within 6° of, but below, the horizon. During Civil Twilight, there is generally sufficient illumination to carry on outdoor activities.
Nautical Twilight (not shown above) is when the sun is within 12° of the horizon and means that outlines are generally visible.
Astronomical Twilight (not shown above) is when the sun is within 18° of the horizon and means that the sun is contributing to sky illumination.
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