Please note: Over-the-air viewers in Milwaukee need to re-scan televisions on Friday, October 18 to continue to receive CBS58, WMLW, MeTV, Telemundo Wisconsin, Heroes & Icons, Bounce, Decades, Start TV, Movies! and most other local channels. Those viewers unable to currently receive these stations over-the-air should see improved reception on October 18. Cable and satellite viewers are not impacted.

Further information on the re-scan can be found at:

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Tonight Marks The Summer Season!

The Summer Solstice occurs later tonight at 11:24pm. What is the summer solstice? This is when the direct rays of the sun are at their farther point northward in the Northern Hemisphere. The location? Tropic of Cancer, or 23.5 degrees North Latitude.

Since the summer solstice is occurring around midnight tonight, the longest sunlight day of the year will actually be today and tomorrow together. Sun time will be 15 hours, 21 minutes, and 56 seconds. If you look at this even further; technically, tomorrow is less than a second shorter than today. From this point forward, every day will get shorter for sunlight. The shortest day of the year is December 21st at 9 hours, 0 minutes, and 2 seconds.

From today to December 21st, we will lose 6 hours, 21 minutes and 56 seconds of daylight!

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