Winter Time dawns on Sunday

Winter Time dawns on Sunday

NAMIBIA enters its five-month-long winter time period at 02h00 on Sunday when the official time will be changed an hour back, to 01h00.

Official summer time returns at 02h00 on the first Sunday in September [September 5 this year], when the country’s standard time shifts an hour forward again. One positive effect of the time change on Sunday will be that Namibians will be get an extra hour to sleep – or, for the more festive or energetic, an extra hour of party or working time – between Saturday evening and Sunday morning.According to the Meteorological Service of Namibia, Windhoek’s last summer time sunset this weekend will be at 18h50 on Saturday.The first winter time sunset in the capital will be at 17h49 on Sunday.Windhoek’s last summer time sunrise will be at 07h00 on Saturday, while the first winter time sunrise, on Sunday, will be at 06h00.One positive effect of the time change on Sunday will be that Namibians will be get an extra hour to sleep – or, for the more festive or energetic, an extra hour of party or working time – between Saturday evening and Sunday morning.According to the Meteorological Service of Namibia, Windhoek’s last summer time sunset this weekend will be at 18h50 on Saturday.The first winter time sunset in the capital will be at 17h49 on Sunday.Windhoek’s last summer time sunrise will be at 07h00 on Saturday, while the first winter time sunrise, on Sunday, will be at 06h00.

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