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Sunrise and Sunset Times in Oklahoma City

How much daylight will you have each month?

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From yard work to leisure, a person's schedule often differs greatly depending on the time of year. Whether you're moving to the metro and are curious or you're a resident trying to plan ahead when the kids can play outside, you may need to get a handle on sunrise and sunset times in Oklahoma City.

Below you'll find monthly estimates for the time the sun rises and sets in central Oklahoma. These estimates take into account Daylight Saving Time in OKC and are based on information from the National Weather Service.

Keep in mind that over the course of a month, times tend to vary anywhere from a few minutes to over a half an hour.

  • January
    Sunrise: 7:39am
    Sunset: 5:43pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 10

  • February
    Sunrise: 7:16am
    Sunset: 6:13pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 11

  • March
    Sunrise: 6:48am (before DST), 7:30am (after DST)
    Sunset: 6:33pm (before DST), 7:44pm (after DST)
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 12

  • April
    Sunrise: 7:01am
    Sunset: 8:04pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 13

  • May
    Sunrise: 6:26am
    Sunset: 8:29pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 14

  • June
    Sunrise: 6:15am
    Sunset: 8:45pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 14.5

  • July
    Sunrise: 6:27am
    Sunset: 8:44pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 14.2

  • August
    Sunrise: 6:49am
    Sunset: 8:21pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 13.5

  • September
    Sunrise: 7:13am
    Sunset: 7:38pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 12.4

  • October
    Sunrise: 7:38am
    Sunset: 6:54pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 11.2

  • November
    Sunrise: 7:06am
    Sunset: 5:22pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 10.2

  • December
    Sunrise: 7:33am
    Sunset: 5:19pm
    Estimated Daylight Hours: 9.8

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