Time to “Spring Forward” this Sunday

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Daylight Saving Time, this year falls on Sunday, March 10 at 2:00 a.m. Clocks are set forward by one hour, effectively “springing forward.” This adjustment marks the beginning of Daylight Saving Time, which extends daylight hours into the evening, providing more daylight during the warmer months of the year.

With the time change, people will experience longer evenings and shorter mornings. This transition is part of a seasonal practice aimed at making better use of daylight and conserving energy by reducing the need for artificial lighting during the evening hours.

This adjustment may affect schedules and routines, so it’s essential for people to plan ahead and be mindful of the time change to avoid any confusion or disruptions.

Additionally, modern devices such as smartphones and computers typically adjust automatically, but manual adjustments may be necessary for other clocks and appliances.