It’s time to turn those clocks back an hour, as Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend.
At 2 a.m. Sunday morning, everyone will “fall back” into standard time, which means an extra hour of sleep, or maybe an extra hour of trick-or-treating.
The change also means the sun will come up earlier in the morning, but will not last as long into the evening.
Note that many electronic devices such as computers and cell phones will automatically adjust the time, but people should take time to make sure all of their clocks are in sync.
Standard time is observed in the Northern hemisphere from the first Sunday in November to the second Sunday in March, when Daylight Saving Time returns.