Get ready for the annual fall ritual of turning back your clocks by one hour, and relish that extra hour of sleep tonight, Motzei Shabbos • Full Story
Get ready for the annual fall ritual of turning back your clocks by one hour, and relish that extra hour of sleep tonight, Motzei Shabbos.
Daylight saving time is ending and it’s back to standard time for most people in the United States.
The change comes at 2 a.m. local time Sunday, and the shift moves one hour of daylight to the morning from the evening.
Daylight savings is also a good reminder for people to check smoke alarms in their residences to ensure they’re working properly.
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Why can’t we just leave the clock on DST a whole year everyone appreciates when it’s still light outside when driving home from work, who likes it when @ 4:45 / 5 pm its dark outside, the more light we could get the better it is, I can’t stand when Shkia is @ 4:30 & the earliest candle lighting is @ 4:11 pm, if we left the clocks on DST the latest Shabbos would start (Shkia I mean) would be 5:30, that’s not too bad, in general not just Shabbos, during the week, I would like to drive home from work & still be light out, No one likes that by 5 it’s pitch dark out, let’s leave DST alone & not change the clock, back it 1974 they did it & it was Great !!!
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