As we move into winter, sun sightings will be few and far between and that could affect your health.
Our bodies synthesize sunshine into Vitamin D and in this area of the country, starting around this time of the year, dieticians, like Lisa Cimperman of University Hospitals, start noticing a drop in patients' vitamin D levels.
"Vitamin D is necessary for calcium absorption, so without adequate Vitamin D you may have problems with your bones," says Cimperman.
But, developing osteoporosis later in life is not the only potential issue.
"We're seeing research come out that vitamin D may be associated with such things as depression, colon cancer and a host of acute and chronic diseases," says Cimperman.
You can make up for the lack of sunshine, by eating and drinking foods fortified with Vitamin D and taking a multi-vitamin or calcium supplement.