This is part today's BBC Weather Forecast for Ilulissat, Greenland. The small town of Ilulissat, also known as Jakobshavn, is about half-way up the west coast of Greenland. The thing that caught my eye in the forecast was that today sunrise and sunset both occur at 12:32 WGT (presumably West Greenland Time). In other words, today the sun first peeps above the horizon following the long winter night. Given that it is up for less than a minute, don't you think that the yellow sun symbol in the "Summary" column is a little misleading?