It’s time to fall back, at 2:00AM …. November 3rd 2019 is the end of Daylight Savings Time inn the United States….
It’s called daylight saving time because back when modern time adjustment was first adopted, the idea was to, well, save daylight. Specifically, that means the evenings are longer in the summer, offering people more natural light for work and play, and theoretically, it means we use less energy if we don’t need to switch on the lights until later in the evening.
Clocks should be turned back an hour, and no doubt you’ve heard the mnemonic that when time changes in the autumn, Americans “fall back.”
(European Union nations switch a weekend before the U.S. schedule. The E.U. changed clocks on October 28.)…