The daylight hours are getting longer and the temperatures are creeping higher, and that sunlight that we all love is beating down with more intensity. From February through late June we see our sun angle increase the most, and along with that higher sun angle, a higher chance of getting burned.
The UV INDEX is calculated on a scale of 1-11 with the higher the number the higher the risk. Stay tuned to FOX 9 and WWW.Myfox9.com throughout the spring and summer for more on the UV number for the day.
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