Time to Change the Clocks Again!


Don’t forget to set your clocks properly to “Spring Forward”! This Sunday, we will roll our clocks forward an hour with the start of daylight saving time. Sunset will now begin at approximately 7:30 p.m. The good news is that the days will start to get longer from there!

The United States began using daylight saving time during World War I to cut back on the use of fuel and artificial light at night. It was repeated during WW II. In 1966, Congress passed the Uniform Time Act. This created a balance between daylight saving time and standard time. In 2007, Congress passed a new law that starts daylight saving time three weeks earlier and ends one week later.

Daylight saving time will end Sunday, Nov. 5 this year.