And with the warmer weather comes lighter mornings, which can only mean one thing: clocks change.
Every year, the UK changes its clocks twice.
Once to go into British Summer Time, spelling summery weather and lighter days.
While the second it to revert back to Greenwich Mean Time, spelling the start of the winter cycle all over again.
When do the clocks go back?
Clocks will go back an hour at 2am on Sunday, October 25.
When the clocks go back, this means the UK is on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
The clocks change in October aims to give us more daylight in the darker months.
However, he never saw his scheme come to fruition.
Willett died a year before Britain adopted the clock-changing plan on May 21, 1916.
The scheme has been in place ever since – but that could all be about to change.
In March 2019, the European Parliament backed a proposal to abolish the clock-changing practice from 2021.
It is currently unclear if the UK will follow suit after Brexit, but the plan has sparked concerns over a time-zone border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.