Web app Daylight Hours Explorer shows you how many hours of daylight you can expect on any given day depending on your latitude and the time of year. Just in case I need to check, it's definitely not winter where I am.
Planning an event sometime in the future and want to plan around the daylight hours? Everything from seasonal affective disorder, which affects our mood, to how much we we can get done in a day, can hang on how many hours of sunlight we can expect (depending on the activity, that is). The web app requires you to punch in your latitude (you can slide it around to your approximate location or Google it). Then slide around to the time of year you're interested in, and it'll tell you how many hours of daylight you currently receive.
For an extra bit of fun, Daylight Hours Explorer can also display the yearly average. I'm currently getting 13 hours of daylight, one more than the average year-round. The North Pole, on the other hand, is currently getting daylight around-the-clock.