Sunday morning marks the beginning of daylight-saving time (incidentally it's not called daylight savings time). So don't forget to set your clocks FORWARD one hour at 2am. As we do every first Sunday in April, we shift our daily schedule to more accurately coincide with the shifting daylight hours in the day. The net effect? Daylight Saving Time saves energy. Gothamist likes that our state keeps it simple, unlike Indiana which has 77 counties that don't observe DST and 15 counties that do, 10 of which are in the Central Time Zone.
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