Consider this a friendly reminder that tonight you lose an hour to gain more sunlight.
At 2 a.m. this Sunday, you need to reset your clocks, watches and cuckoos a single hour ahead thanks to Daylight Savings Time.
The annual tradition, which some call "Summer Time," allows us to have more daylight hours each day during the warmer months of the year. It's not always on the same date, but begins on the second Sunday of March each year.
It will conclude in the Fall when we turn our timepieces back an hour on the first Sunday of November.
The United States
established Daylight Savings Time in 1918. It was first put into effect in England
two years earlier. Spring ahead! Change your clocks one hour ahead for Daylight Savings Time