It's 'fall back' time to change clocks

Published: 10/31/2009




 

Clocks controlled by satellites will automatically adjust for the end of Daylight Saving Time, but manual clocks will need to be set back.

In the United States and Canada, each time zone winds back time one hour at 2 a.m., making it 1 a.m. In the European Union, which fell back to regular time last Sunday, all time zones change at the same moment, 1 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time.

For those of us at FLIBS, set your clocks and watches back an hour tonight before you go to sleep. After your Halloween festivities, you’ll appreciate that extra hour of beauty rest.