So, it's NOT this week-end. (March 6).
So get ready a week from Sunday to move all your non-automatically changing clocks AHEAD one hour; Spring forward, Fall back.
This isn't a countdown thread, but we have 9 days left as of this post to enjoy Standard Time.
Daylight Saving Time already?
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angeldeb82 wrote:Thanks for the heads-up!
Under the law passed in 2005, the dates kept changing in a "transition" period. Now it is set: Daylight Saving Time (no "s" as in Savings; only "Saving") now starts every year on the second Sunday of March. Then 34 weeks later, standard time begins on the first Sunday in November. Then there are only 18 weeks of standard time, then daylight saving time starts again.
So the ratio is 34 weeks of daylight time/18 weeks of standard time.
Wait is that right?
Shit, no, that's the fall. Ah well.
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Wii fit man wrote:Ugh, I hate Daylight Savings Time. It screws with my sleep schedule.
Pip Tweek wrote:Wii fit man wrote:Ugh, I hate Daylight Savings Time. It screws with my sleep schedule.
I hate Standard Time, too. :/ I just want time to stay the way it is, whichever time they want to decide on.
KyleDenny wrote:that doesn't mean anything to me since az doesn't do daylight savings time
Well it is good to know the time other people are living through even though they don't live in AZ;
As of this Post, Friday, 8:05 am:
1 day, 17 hours, 55 minutes until 2:00 am Sunday.
That means, less then 48 hours before we change to Daylight Saving Time. Enjoy Standard Time while you still can.
This Sunday, 2:00 am will really become 3:00 am; there will be NO 2:00 am this Sunday.
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