CLEARFIELD – Remember that day you hated growing up when you lost an hour of sleep? Do you still hate it?
Well, because of an act of Congress, that day is four weeks earlier this year.
It’s Daylight Saving Time again, folks.
At 2 a.m. Sunday morning (or night, for you night owls), the clocks move ahead one hour. Congress made the move as part of the Energy Policy Act in 2005. So now we have to move the clock ahead on the second Sunday of March.
Clocks will stay in the one-hour-ahead position until the first Sunday of November, when we get the lost hour of glorious rest back.
Some things to watch out for might be the clock on computers and cell phones, and other electronic devices.