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Turn Back Clocks This Weekend

Turn Back Clocks This Weekend

Daylight Saving Time ends for most U.S. readers this weekend. Remember to set your clocks back by an hour Saturday night/Sunday morning.
In the EU, the summertime period also ends this weekend.
The Traffic Directors Guild of America reminded stations of the change that happens early Sunday: “Be sure to clear the spots from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m, because that hour will repeat itself, making it a 25-hour day. TDGA also recommends you are certain to understand if any adjustments are required for your digital automation system … Remember, that 12–6 a.m. overnight show is actually seven hours long for this particular day. Some traffic systems automatically adjust, but just as many do not.”
Also an early reminder that next year, Daylight Saving Time in the United States begins on the second Sunday in March and ends the first Sunday in November. That means we’ll move clocks ahead on March 11, compared to last spring’s early April date.
Learn more about DST here.