Ronnie Gonzalez

It’s that time of the year where Daylight Saving Time makes everyone turn back their clocks on Nov. 1st at 2 am.

Since the clocks rewind one hour that’ll mean everyone will get an extra hour of much-needed sleep.

Daylight Saving Time has been around since World War I but wasn’t officially recognized until 1966 with the Uniform Time Act.

The legislation seeks to get the most use of sunlight by moving an hour of the morning into the night.

Daylight Saving Time starts the second Sunday of March and ends the first Sunday of November.

Fun fact, people often refer to this day as “Daylight Savings Time” in the plural form. However, it’s actually just “Daylight Saving Time.”