When does daylight savings time 2015 ends? Do you really want this nonsense?Â
Daylight saving time 2015 is all set to begin on November 1. Everyone in the United States will have to move their clocks back by one hour. This is a tradition that has been continuing without much of questioning for decades and there is no hope that it will be scrapped anytime soon.
This coming Sunday or November 1, 2015 at 2:00 a.m. you will have to move your clocks backward by one hour. This is also called fall back time change and is done religiously every year. Once in March we have to move the clock forward, calling it spring forward and then in early November we move our clock backward by one hour. Whether you like it or not you will have to do it.
A report by Patch.com says that sunrise will now be an hour earlier and sunset will be at 4:53 p.m. now. But the farce is not followed everywhere even in the US. There are several states and areas that do not follow Daylight Saving Time. This include Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the US Virgin Islands. The state of Arizona (except for the Navajo Nation in the northern part of Arizona), unlike most of the rest of the United States, doesnâ€™t observe Daylight Savings Time, and hasnâ€™t for about 40 years. So when Arizona can give up this useless moving forward and backward of the clocks why not other states.
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