The light of the sun, or the place where it shines; the direct rays of the sun, the place where they fall, or the warmth and light which they give.
Anything which has a warming and cheering influence like that of the rays of the sun; warmth; illumination; brightness.
Used interchangeably with the more precise term bright sunshine, when the sun casts an obvious shadow or when a Campbell-Stokes sunshine recorder is recording, usually above 210 W/m2.
the rays of the sun; "the shingles were weathered by the sun and wind"
moderate weather; suitable for outdoor activities
used interchangeably with the more precise term bright sunshine, when the sun casts an obvious shadow. The World Meteorological Organization defines sunshine as solar direct irradiance exceeding 120 W/m2.