The sun near Mountaindale on July 31, 2017. Beginning November 1, you'll see less of it in the evening. Photo: Chas Hundley
Sunday, November 1 will have 25 hours instead of the usual 24 as the end of daylight saving time happens at 2 a.m., rolling back to 1 a.m. for a do over of the past hour.
In other words, set your clock back one hour before you go to bed on Halloween night if you’re using a clock that doesn’t automatically tick to the turning tides of a tradition that made its way to the U.S. by 1918.
On the plus side, it means one hour of extra sleep.
It also means there’s one more hour until the election is finally ended . . .
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