Wondering when we’ll need to change the clocks back after the end of Daylight Saving Time? Here's when and why.
According to NOAA, we all need to push our clocks back one hour on Sunday, November 2. Simply FALL BACK one hour before you go to bed and you'll gain an hour of sleep. The process of time changing in the Fall has been moved to help with kid safety because it is after Halloween.

Trick-or-treaters will have brighter skies to play with that Friday night. If Daylight Savings Time ended before Halloween, it would get dark with a sunset before 5pm. This way, the sky's will be brighter for visibility longer.

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Older calendars have the wrong date still printed on them and that is causing the confusion.

Enjoy the remain for minutes of daylight before the change.

More important, enjoy your extra hour of sleep.