It's been nice to have some daylight left after work to get a little yard work knocked out during the week and not have to spend the whole weekend working on that stuff.  But that all comes to an end after this weekend.

Daylight saving time will come to a screeching halt at 2:00 am this Sunday, November 2. That's when it's time to "fall back" with your clock.

The twice-yearly routine of changing the clocks was enacted by Congress in the Energy Policy Act of 2005. According to the U.S. Naval Observatory, the times have been altered through the years, but as of 2007, daylight saving time begins in most of the U.S. on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November.

We move the clocks back one hour in the fall, and move them ahead an hour in the spring.

Not all places are forced to adjust every clock in the house twice a year. Hawaii and most of Arizona don't observe daylight-saving time.

To be safe, just remember to set your clock BACK one hour Saturday night before you go to bed.

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