Now it is 12pm. You’re attempting to read a solar compass at that time, but hey why not if in the Arctic circle?
Ok: the 24h hand points to 24. As it is our Sun hand, it points to the North. Perfectly correct: that’s were the Sun hides at midnight!
Btw: here’s a screen dump from that wonderful app Sun Seeker. The yellow hairlines shows the sun trajectory for my location, including the night path. Note here the sun zenith (=S) occurs at 14:15.
You can also show the path for both solstices, get your true solar noon, elevations, etc. It also uses your device camera for augmented reality display.
As its companion Moon Seeker, it’s produced by a cool Aussie team, ozPDA
and here’s Chicago