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The tip of Earth's axis causes the northern hemisphere to face away from the sun in winter and toward it in summer. Credit: NASA

Areavoices.com: Winter solstice arrives tomorrow

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If you yearn for more sun and less darkness, you'll get an early Christmas gift tomorrow. At 11:30 p.m. Central time, the sun hits bottom in the sky, hesitates a moment and then resumes its slow journey northward to summer's endless days. Happy winter solstice!

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