Daylight saving time ends 2:00 AM on Sunday, November 5. What that means is that on Saturday night before you go to bed, you need to set your clocks back one hour. So, if you go to bed at 11:00 p.m., before you go to bed, change your clocks to read 10:00 p.m.
On on hand, you will get to sleep in an extra hour; on the other, it will get dark, one hour earlier. Fall back, spring forward.
If you were Ruler of the World and had to definitely determine one set time throughout the entire year, what would you choose?
Daylight saving time ends 2:00 AM on Sunday, November 5.
- I prefer daylight saving time throughout the year (the summer clock) (69%, 123 Votes)
- I prefer standard time throughout the year (the winter clock) (31%, 55 Votes)
Total Voters: 178
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