It’s time to spring forward. Daylight Saving Time starts Sunday.
The U.S. and 78 other countries adhere to the practice of turning clocks ahead one hour on the second Sunday in March.
The “official” switch happens at 2 a.m., so you’ll lose an hour of sleep Saturday night as the clock skips from 2 to 3 a.m. in an instant.
Smartphones, cable TV boxes and even some electronic clocks make the change automatically. But you’re mainly on your own with your watches, car clocks and microwave ovens.
Daylight Saving Time ends on the second Sunday in November.