We've almost made it out of a long dark winter, and things are looking up.
We still might be more than a week away from British Summer Time starting, but Friday(March 17) marks the equilux- when daylight and darkness are the same length.
From Friday - three days before the equinox- we have equal amount of daylight and darkness.
It's because we see the light from the top of the sun for some time before the centre of the disc is below the horizon, and because the light is bent, or refracted by the atmosphere, so it can light you up before the sun is actually up.
And in fact the days stay a little bit longer than nights even until a few days after the autumn equinox. Which this year is Friday September 22.
Of course, this is all not to be confused with Equinox- that falls on Monday (March 20).
That's when the centre of the sun's disc crosses the extension of the earth's equator called the celestial equator.
It's all very technical, and you can read all about here, if you want to, but basically it means from Monday we got more daylight, than darkness.
So, now you have no excuse - with all that daylight about - get out there and enjoy it.