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Doing the morning show, I get up super early. And I practically update the weather every other break or so. And before I tell you the weather, I often take a look outside to make sure if I say it's cloudy, it really is cloudy. And just the other day, when it was well after 7 am and it was still dark outside, I actually made mention to "when do we fall back"? Ask, and you shall receive.

Daylight Saving Time 2018 (and yes, it's daylight SAVING not SAVINGS time) ends on Sunday, Nov. 4, at 2 a.m. local time. At that time you should set your clocks and watches back to 1 a.m., if they don't do it themselves. Most of your appliances, computers, phones, and cable devices will do it themselves. That just leaves those pesky microwaves, your car clock, and (gasp) analog clocks you have in the house.

For those who go to sleep before midnight, you'll want to change your clocks next Saturday night, Nov. 3, before turning in.

Daylight Saving Time is observed everywhere in the U.S. except Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Arizona, except the Navajo Indian Reservation, which does observe DST. (masslive)

Some states have drafted bills to adhere to daylight saving year round or end the practice altogether—here are six totally valid reasons to get rid of Daylight Saving Time—but for now, the rest of the country still has to change its clocks twice a year. (Reader's Digest)

And from what we understand (according to the law), you do get an extra hour at the bar.