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# How Many Days Until August 1 2016

When we talk about how many days until August 1, we are talking about a calendar that has 31 days. The calendar contains the start and end dates of an event, as well as weekends and Sundays. This is how to calculate how many days are left until August 1, 2016. A calendar is a useful tool to keep track of upcoming events.

## 31 days

August 1 is the 214th day of the year, the third quarter of the year, and the third leap year of 2016. It falls on a Wednesday. There are thirty-one days between January 1 and August 1, so this is the longest month. The month of August is always followed by a leap day, meaning that there are thirty-two days between January 1 and August 31.

## 31 weekends

In New York City, you’ll be able to walk and bike on certain streets for three Saturdays in August. These events will turn a five-mile stretch of Manhattan into a car-free zone. You’ll find that the city is embracing sustainable living. Those interested in a car-free lifestyle can learn more about the plans for the city’s transportation infrastructure.

## 31 Sundays

There are 31 Sundays until August 1 2016. The 214th day of the year, August 1st, is a Monday. It falls in week 30 of year 2016, which is also a leap year. That means there are three months before the end of the year, and thirty one weekends between August 1 and August 31. In the next article, we’ll go over what happens on each Sunday in 2016, and how each Sunday is different from the last.

## 31 weekdays

The number of days left before August 1 2016 is 31 weeks. To be more accurate, it would be best to divide the total number of days into two decimal places. One decimal place corresponds to one week. The remaining two decimal places correspond to one month. To determine how many days are left before August 1 2016, divide the number of weeks by two months.

There are 243 days in the year 2016 (a leap year), which is seven months and five days. In other words, there are 243 weeks and five days between January 1 and August 31. The duration of an event is made up of the start and end dates, as well as workdays and weekends.