Tonight the sun will set at 5:43 pm in Albany. Then tonight we set back the clocks one hour as we return to standard time. Here is what that means for sunsets going forward over the next few months…. 

Standard Time Begins – Sunset on Sunday, November 5 is at 4:42 pm

4:30 pm sunset – Friday, November 17

Earliest Sunset – Saturday, December 9 at 4:22 pm

4:30 pm sunset – Wednesday, December 27
4:45 pm sunset – Friday, January 12
5:00 pm sunset – Wednesday, January 24
5:15 pm sunset – Sunday, February 4
5:30 pm sunset – Friday, February 16
5:45 pm sunset – Wednesday, February 28

Daylight savings time returns on Sunday, March 11th – Sunset at 6:59 pm

7:00 pm sunset – Monday, March 12

Google Maps: West Virigina Average High Temperature

The average yearly high temperature is the average of daily high temperature throughout the year in West Virginia. While the valleys in West Virginia are warmer than much of New York, the high country of West Virginia has temperatures similar to what you might find in outlying parts of New York State, a bit not as cold as the high peaks of the Adirondacks and Catskills.

Data Source: This coverage contains data representing areas (polygons) of Average Temperature for the period 1981-2010. The data has been converted from grids to polygons. Purpose: Display and/or analyses requiring spatially distributed Average Temperature for the climatological period 1981-2010. From the The PRISM Group at Oregon State University. https://datagateway.nrcs.usda.gov/GDGOrder.aspx?order=QuickState