Daylight Saving Time 2013 ends for the year so the clock change for the fall takes place Sunday morning at 2 a.m. on Nov. 3. Daylight Saving Time 2013 seems overdue, but it is the same time each year. The clock changes on the first Sunday in November. Daylight Saving Time starts on the second Sunday in March each year.
For Daylight Saving Time the Latin Times on Oct. 26, reminds you that while this time change tradition ends for the year next week, if you are traveling outside of the U.S., the time change occurs this weekend in other countries.
“Fall back one hour” in the fall and “spring ahead” in the spring, which is a saying that many people remember when trying to figure out which way the clock turns. The days of remembering to set the clocks back are almost gone, but not because their doing away with this archaic tradition of time change.
The Business Insider points out that all the newest electronics are taking care of the time change for many clocks. Clocks around your home and in your vehicles are almost all hooked up to some sort of a computer programed with Daylight Saving Time changes. Your TV, cable box, computer, stove and even some standalone clocks today are programed to change on the exact Daylight Saving Time date and time.
One day changing your clocks back manually will just be a story for you tell your grandchildren about how you did this in the “old days!” Here are the dates to change your clock for Daylight Saving Time for the next few years: