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Scare up some energy to put your clock back one hour
If Halloween didn't scare the Daylights out of you, forgetting to put your clock back one hour this weekend will if you have appointments on Sunday.
Pacific Daylight Savings Time officially ends at 2 a.m. Sunday. Valley residents are advised to make a clock adjustment before going to bed Saturday night if you don't want to stay up until the actual time.
With the old adage of spring ahead, fall back, the good news is an extra hour of sleep Saturday night in case you decide to stay up late.
There will obviously be an immediate change in the morning, with daylight coming much sooner. But the sunset time in the first few days of the change will be around 5 p.m., making it dark outside much earlier in the evenings.
But fear not, all of you who prefer the longer days. Days will only keep getting shorter for less than two months before going back the other way again on Dec. 21.