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what time does it start to come light again in january?

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    ok I want to know the times at which it starts to come light again through december, January and february. I wondered if there was a site that gives an estimate for each day/week of the time gusk sets in.. I know the shortest day is dec 22nd but does anyone know how I can find out what im looking for?
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    ok I want to know the times at which it starts to come light again through december, January and february. I wondered if there was a site that gives an estimate for each day/week of the time gusk sets in.. I know the shortest day is dec 22nd but does anyone know how I can find out what im looking for?
    Stop being lazy.

    But this is it:

    http://www.halesowenweather.co.uk/su...nset_times.htm

    Who knows what city it's for, because these things vary depending on latitude.
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    (Original post by Anonymous,)
    ok I want to know the times at which it starts to come light again through december, January and february. I wondered if there was a site that gives an estimate for each day/week of the time gusk sets in.. I know the shortest day is dec 22nd but does anyone know how I can find out what im looking for?
    Surely you just answered your own question. If the winter soltice as you say is Dec 22nd, then there afterwards the nights get shorter and the days get longer (until the summer soltice).
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