What Time is Sunrise and Sunset in Barbour County, AL?

Here are today and tomorrow's dawn and dusk hours in Walker County, Georgia. You'll also find a dawn and dusk schedule for Walker County at the bottom of the page.

Today Saturday, July 20, 2024

Sunrise

5:50 am

Dawn: 5:23 am

Sunrise today in Barbour County was at 5:50 AM CDT ().

Sunset

7:47 pm

Dusk: 8:14 pm

Sunset today in Barbour County will be at 7:47 PM CDT ().

Tomorrow Sunday, July 21, 2024

Sunrise

5:51 am

Dawn: 5:24 am

Sunrise tomorrow in Barbour County will be at 5:51 AM CDT ().

Sunset

7:46 pm

Dusk: 8:13 pm

Sunset tomorrow in Barbour County will be at 7:46 PM CDT ().

Calendar Barbour County Sunrise and Sunset Calendar

Sunrise calendar and sunset calendar for Barbour County, Alabama. Discover Barbour County, AL's detailed solar schedule, including day length, dawn, dusk, and solar noon times. Easily explore any month and year with our interactive calendar.

DateDawnSunriseSolar NoonSunsetDuskDay Length

FAQ Frequently Asked Questions about Barbour County

When is the shortest day in Barbour County, AL?

The shortest day of the year in Barbour County, Alabama will be on Saturday, December 21, 2024. In 2025 the shortest day of the year will be on December 21, 2025.

When is the longest day in Barbour County, AL?

The longest day in Barbour County, Alabama will be on Thursday, June 20, 2024. Next year the longest day of the year in Barbour County, Alabama will be on June 20, 2025.

When is the earliest sunrise in Barbour County, AL?

The earliest sunrise time of 2024 in Barbour County, Alabama will be on Tuesday, June 11, 2024 at 5:36 AM.

When is the latest sunset in Barbour County, AL?

The latest sunset time in Barbour County, Alabama will be on Saturday, June 29, 2024 at 7:52 PM.

National Parks near Barbour County: Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge.

Barbour County, Alabama, is a county in the southeastern part of the state. The county seat is Eufaula. The county was established on December 18, 1833, from parts of Dale, Henry, and Pike counties. It is named for James Barbour, who served as Governor of Virginia from 1812 to 1814. The county has a total area of 616 square miles, and its population was 26,475 at the 2010 census.

Barbour County, AL
31.8696,-85.3932
Timezone: America/Chicago