2011 Fall Time Change

October 30, 2011 by staff 

2011 Fall Time Change, While many associate the daylight saving time with the last week of October, this year we will fall into the first week of November.

In most of the United States, November 06 is the day to set your clocks one hour, giving you an extra hour of sleep (or partying on Saturday night) – but the night gets darker earlier than do now. The new fall marks the end of daylight saving time (DST) period, which now begins the second Sunday in March and ends the first Sunday in November, according to the energy legislation passed in 2005 that light saving time.

As an article in The Huffington Post noted, the official term is summer time, but many Americans refer to it in the plural, as the summer time.

Not all states and U.S. territories observe daylight savings ritual confusing time. The federal government requires that Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam and Northern Mariana Islands in return for their watches.

“If Arizona were to observe DST, the sun would stay until 9 pm in the summer [instead of 8 pm, as it does now],” which can be problematic during the months when the state Grand Canyon experience extreme heat, according to a notice of an ABC affiliate in Arizona quoted by The Huffington Post.

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