Clocks turn back an hour as Daylight Savings Time ends

    This means winter.

    Sunday morning is the end of Daylight Savings Times, meaning if you forget to turn your clocks back tonight, you’re going to wake up mighty confused. Your computers and cell phones usually make the change themselves, but bedside clocks, stoves and microwaves will need a little help. And don’t forget the car stereo clock.

    Turn those clocks back one hour before your head hits the pillow tonight, and you’ll have one glorious morning of feeling like you got extra sleep. Of course, the trade-off is it’ll be dark by 5 p.m.

    Clocks will spring forward again March 11.

    Since you’ll have an extra hour – what will you do with it? We have the top five things to do with the extra time.

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