At 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, Daylight Saving Time officially ends.
So before you go to bed Saturday night, or when you wake up Sunday morning, turn your clock back one hour.
The fire department also encourages you to use this time to also check the batteries in your smoke alarms. Many fire departments use the twice-yearly time changes to remind people to change batteries, especially with the holidays nearing.
Avoid time-change confusion (and avoid showing up for work an hour late Monday) by adjusting all of your timepieces at once. Do you check the time on your phone, DVD player, microwave or just a plain old watch? Make sure they all read the same time!
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