Daylight Savings Time Strikes Tomorrow, for Some (NBC Science)

Tomorrow, most people in the United States will shift their clocks ahead one hour — except those in Arizona, Hawaii and a few other spots. The official switch is at 2 a.m. Sunday. In 2005, Congress changed the day of the switch from April to March to help save energy, reminds NBC, which answers all the questions here you might have about this tradition, as well as provides tips to “combat daylight savings time fatigue.”

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