Daylight Saving Time Begins Sunday
You'll lose an hour of sleep tonight, but gain early evening daylight for the next six months.
It's clock-changing time, folks. Daylight Saving Time is just about here.
You should set your clocks forward an hour before going to bed tonight. The actual time changes at 2 a.m. Sunday.
Yes, you'll lose an hour of sleep, but you'll get an extra hour of daylight at the end of the day, and it all means Spring is on its way.
Believe or not, there's a petition drive underway to eliminate Daylight Saving Time, which was first introduced in 1966.
A commenter wrote on this article in The Huffington Post: "DST=more golf time for politicians."
Others preferred DST year-round.
The time change will last until Nov. 3, 2013, when clocks will fall back an hour.