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Starting work when it’s dark and finishing work when it’s dark has meant many of us have struggled to get out and about during the current UK lockdown. It has also meant thousands of people have been suffering with their mental health in recent weeks, finding themselves feeling a little down and unable to lift their spirits. But there’s good news ahead as we slowly but surely creep into the spring-summer months.
Getting out and about in the sunshine is incredibly beneficial for us all.
From the exposure to natural Vitamin D to reducing anxiety, sunshine has a lot of positive benefits.
Sunlight also helps boost your body’s levels of serotonin, which in turn gives you more energy and helps to keep you feeling positive.
So when will it start to get lighter? Express.co.uk has tracked the sunrise and sunset for the next month so you can look forward to sunnier skies.
When does it start getting lighter?
At the moment, we’re only seeing about 8 hours and 45 minutes of sunshine a day, with the sun rising just before 8am and setting at about 4.30pm.
Compared to the height of summer, when the sun can rise at 5am and set just before 10pm, that’s a significant reduction of daylight hours.
But as we creep out of winter, the good news that an extra hour of daylight in each 24 hours period is not far off.
By January 28, we’ll see nine full hours of sunshine per day, rising to 10 hours a day by February 14.
Just two weeks later, we’ll see almost 11 hours of sunshine a day, giving us all plenty of time to get out and about for that Vitamin D and serotinin boost.
What time is sunrise and sunset?
The following times are for London, but you can find your own area with Met Check.
January 24 – Sunrise at 7.50am and sunset at 4.37pm
January 25 – Sunrise at 7.48am and sunset at 4.38pm
January 26 – Sunrise at 7.47am and sunset and 4.40pm
January 27 – Sunrise at 7.46am and sunset at 4.42pm
January 28 – Sunrise at 7.44am and sunset at 4.44pm (9 hours of sunlight)
January 29 – Sunrise at 7.43am and sunset at 4.45pm
January 30 – Sunrise at 7.42am and sunset at 6.45pm
January 31 – Sunrise at 7.40am and sunset at 4.49pm
February 1 – Sunrise 7.39am at and sunset at 4.51pm
February 2 – Sunrise at 7.37am and sunset at 4.53pm
February 3 – Sunrise at 7.36am and sunset at 4.54pm
February 4 – Sunrise at 7.34am and sunset at 4.56pm
February 5 – Sunrise at 7.32am and sunset at 4.58pm
February 6 – Sunrise at 7.31am and sunset at 5pm
February 7 – Sunrise at 7.29am and sunset at 5.02p
February 8 – Sunrise at 7.27am and sunset at 5.04pm
February 9 – Sunrise at 7.25am and sunset at 5.05pm
February 10 – Sunrise at 7.24am and sunset at 5.07pm
February 11 – Sunrise at 7.22am and sunset at 5.09pm
February 12 – Sunrise at 7.20am and sunset at 5.11pm
February 13 – Sunrise at 7.18am and sunset at 5.13pm
February 14 – Sunrise at 7.16am and sunset at 5.15pm (more than 10 hours of sunlight
February 15 – Sunrise at 7.14am and sunset at 5.16pm
February 16 – Sunrise at 7.13am and sunset at 5.18pm
February 17 – Sunrise at 7.11am and sunset at 5.20pm
February 18 – Sunrise at 7.09am and sunset at 5.22pm
February 19 – Sunrise at 7.09am and sunset at 5.24pm
February 20 – Sunrise at 7.05am and sunset at 5.26pm
February 21 – Sunrise at 7.03am and sunset at 5.27pm
February 22 – Sunrise at 7.01am and sunset at 5.29pm
February 23 – Sunrise at 6.58am and sunset at 5.31pm
February 24 – Sunrise at 6.56am and sunset at 5.33pm
February 25 – Sunrise at 6.54am and sunset at 5.35pm
February 26 – Sunrise at 6.52am and sunset at 5.36pm
February 27 – Sunrise at 6.50am and sunset at 5.38pm
February 28 – Sunrise at 6.48am and sunset at 5.40pm (just under 11 hours of sunlight)
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