Don’t forget to turn your clocks back an hour on Saturday night – as the traditional ‘fall back’ event occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday, No. 4.
The end of daylight saving time means residents will get an extra hour of sleep this weekend. Most of the country observes daylight saving time and ‘spring ahead’ for that to take effect in the spring, then ‘fall back’ in the fall when we return to standard time.
The change will see the sun rising a little earlier in the morning and setting earlier in the evening, with the winter days featuring fewer hours of sunlight.