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Daylight Savings Time Ending

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Attention everyone! Just a friendly reminder that Daylight Saving Time will be ending on Sunday, November 5, 2023. This means that most Americans will need to set their clocks back by one hour at 2 a.m., unless they automatically update. While the majority of the United States adheres to this practice, it’s worth noting that sunshine-rich Arizona and Hawaii have received exemptions to avoid Daylight Saving Time in order to make temperatures more tolerable during waking and bedtime hours.

According to federal law, Daylight Saving Time begins on the second Sunday in March and concludes on the first Sunday of November for most of the country. So, mark your calendars, as this year the clocks will be rolling back on November 5th at 2 a.m. It’s time to get ready to roll those clocks back, WeGo!

Un recordatorio amistoso: el horario de verano finaliza el domingo 5 de noviembre de 2023. Eso significa que la mayoría de los estadounidenses retrasarán sus relojes una hora, técnicamente a las 2 a. m. (a menos que se actualicen automáticamente). Arizona y Hawaii, países ricos en sol, recibieron exenciones para evitar horario de verano para hacer que las temperaturas sean más tolerables durante las horas de vigilia y de acostarse. Según la ley federal, el horario de verano comienza el segundo domingo de marzo y se extiende hasta el primer domingo de noviembre en la mayor parte de los Estados Unidos. Este año, esa fecha cae el 5 de noviembre, y los relojes retroceden una hora a las 2 a.m.
¡Prepárate para hacer retroceder esos relojes WeGo!

One thought on “Daylight Savings Time Ending

  1. Whatever happened to the decision from a few years back where the state decided to leave daylight savings time? I’m recalling a vote, but maybe it didn’t go all the way through? Was it abandoned?

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