Midnight Sun: 8 things to do if the sun doesn't set where you live

Posted at 1:31 PM, Jun 28, 2016

We're officially more than a week into summer, and it's also the time of year when some parts of the world don't see a sunset for days, weeks or even months.

North of the Arctic Circle, parts of northern Alaska, Iceland and northern Norway won't see a sunset until closer to the end of summer thanks to the earth's tilt on its axis.

Because of the excessive sunshine, Storm Shield put together a list of things to do if the sun never set on your day.

Watch the video above.

Sunshine all the time may sound great, but it also poses some problems for people who live there year-round.

Plus, the other side of this is going months without sunlight in the winter time.

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