Don’t forget, it’s almost time to spring ahead one hour
Daylight Saving Time kicks in this weekend. Here’s exactly when, and some background on bi-annual clock changing.
As a Lookout reader, we know you’re digitally minded, so your phones, computers and other electronic devices likely will update their times automatically.
But, just in case: Digital Saving Time kicks in this weekend, specifically at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 14. Before going to bed, remember to set your clocks one hour ahead. While you might get a little less sleep, the shift will provide more evening daylight during the spring, summer and early fall.
Daylight Saving Time will expire this year at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 7, at which point clocks will go back one hour.
The bi-annual clock switching has proven controversial in several states, including California, over the years. Voters here in 2018 approved a ballot measure to stop doing it, but the state Legislature has yet to enact that change, according to the National Council of State Legislatures.
To read the NCSL’s briefing on the issue, click here.