Daylight saving time is here: Did you remember to 'spring forward'?

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Understanding Daylight Saving Time

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It's time to "spring forward" again.

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Daylight saving time arrived at 2 a.m. Sunday, which means you need to set your clocks ahead one hour if you haven't already. (That is, unless you live in Hawaii or most parts of Arizona, which do not observe the time change.)

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So grab a cup of coffee, mourn your lost hour of sleep and start adjusting to your new schedule. You'll be able to "fall back" an hour when daylight saving time ends Nov. 3.

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