SUN PHOTOS: Spring equinox tomorrow!

If you’re looking for a sign of summer in Iceland, then tomorrow is a good one – March 20 is the spring (or vernal) equinox, with night and day of equal length.

After months of long nights, Iceland is currently hurtling towards the midnight sun at a rate of one extra hour of daylight every twelve days.

Tomorrow, day and night will both be twelve hours long, with the scales immediately tipping in favour of daylight. Day retains the upper hand until the autumn equinox on 22 September.

To celebrate daylight’s victory over darkness tomorrow, below are some of our favourite summery sun pictures.

Iceland Monitor’s full ‘Sun Spectacle’ photo gallery can be seen here.

Photo: Eggert

Photo: Eggert Eggert Jóhannesson

Photo: Jón Sigurðarson

Photo: Jón Sigurðarson Jón Sigurðarson

Photo: Kristinn Ingvarsson

Photo: Kristinn Ingvarsson Kristinn Ingvarsson

Photo: Golli / Kjartan Þorbjörnsson

Photo: Golli / Kjartan Þorbjörnsson Golli / Kjartan Þorbjörnsson

Photo: Ómar Óskarsson

Photo: Ómar Óskarsson Ómar Óskarsson

Photo: Rax / Ragnar Axelsson

Weather

Overcast

Today

4 °C

Rain

Tomorrow

10 °C

Overcast

Sunday

6 °C

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