Daylight Saving time 2015 ends tonight: Fall back change troubles many people in USA, Canada
Fall back time change or end of the daylight saving time 2015 is coming after merely two days from now. On the night of November 1, people across the US, except of course people in Arizona, are expected to move their clocks back by one hour.
People in Arizona are not required to do it as they scrapped this dated idea some 40 years ago. There are some other places like Hawaii that also donâ€™t require their residents to move their clocks forward in March and then move it back in November.
The idea is not just dated it also causes distress to many people. There is no denying the fact that when it was launched, it saved energy. Now when we have sufficient energy why we burden people to do what was good for them in the past.
Nonetheless as it is still in use and a necessary evil you have to follow it. If you want to be on the safer side you need to move your clock back before going to your bed on Oct. 31, 2015 that falls on this coming Sunday. New time will come into vogue beginning 2AM on November 1 or on the midnight of October 31.
Despite the obvious trouble you need to follow if. If you want your day to remain hassle free you are advised to move your clocks back an hour before you go to bed Saturday night Oct. 31. From November 1 till early March we will have shorter days and, on Nov. 1, sunset will be around 5:08 p.m. CST. The tradition of daylight saving time began around a hundred years. As the world was energy deficient at that time, officials in many countries caught hold of the idea and implemented it. While it was really useful those days and till late fifties, this is no longer the case now as Western nations, particularly the United States are no longer facing any energy issue.
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