• Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday

    Stephanie DeNote
    It’s once again time to “fall back” one hour, as Daylight Saving Time ends for most of North America on Sunday. As a reminder, some states and countries do not observe Daylight Saving Time, and for many European countries, Daylight Saving Time already ended on Sunday, Oct. 28. For a detailed list of which countries do or do not observe Daylight Saving Time, check out this resource from timeanddate.com.

    For travelers in particular, timing is key. And while it may be worse to show up an hour late for a flight, train, or meeting, it’s also not always an efficient use of time to show up an hour early, either. So don’t forget to change your clocks at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 4.  Or, just check your cell phone for the most accurate time, since that clock is automatically updated.

    Safe (and on time) Travels!

One Responseso far.

  1. Bob A. says:

    Ugh. I cannot say I agree with the cellphone part. I have been left high and dry by my cellphone twice on time change weekends. I often travel on the weekend and have an early flight out on Sunday, and have found there is no foolproof method. I got stranded in Rock Island, Ill., for an extra day a couple of years ago because my phone didn’t spring forward the second Sunday of March.

    I try not to fly on that weekend anymore.