Salt Lake City experiences the length of day and solar noon, as well as the beginning and end of civil twilight, sunset, and sunrise, every day in the month of August.
In August 2023, the length of days gets shorter, with 11 hours and 1 minute being the last day of the month. The first day of August in Salt Lake City, Utah has 14 hours and 22 minutes.
The length of the day, solar noon, nautical twilight, and astronomical twilight all have specific start and end times. On Tuesday, August 1st, the day began at 5:53:36 am and ended at 9:52 pm. Solar noon was at 6:22:48 am and nautical twilight started at 8:45:02 pm and ended at 9:14:13 pm. Astronomical twilight started at 5:15 am and ended at 10:34 pm. This pattern continued for the following days as well.
Year distribution of sunrise and sunset times in Salt Lake City, Utah – 2023
In the graph representing the changes in daylight saving time in Utah, there are two jumps. The following graph shows the times of sunset and sunrise in Salt Lake City for every day of the year.