Summer Solstice

WILLIAMSPORT -- The longest day of this year is on June 20th, the Summer Solstice. That means six more hours of sunlight than the Winter Solstice in December. So why is the warmest time of year over a month away?  That's what Meteorologist Joe Snedeker hopes to find out in this week's Wham Cam!


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