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2009 Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Savings Time 2009 Fall Back will to be the on November 1st 2009.
Two years ago, Daylight Savings Time 2009 Fall Back was switched from the last Sunday of October to the first Sunday of November. For 2009 as well, that falls November 1, 2009.
Don’t forget that on  November 1, you will need to set your clock back.
The next time we will be changing our clocks will be on March 14 2010 – the second Sunday in March.
Daylight Saving Time (or summertime as it is called in many countries) is a means of getting more light out of the day by moving clocks ahead by one hour during the summer. During Daylight Saving Time, the sun seems to rise one hour later in the morning, when people are usually asleep, and sets one hour later in the evening, appearing to extend the day longer.
To make it easier for the switch to remember which way the clock goes, keep in mind one of these sayings: “spring forward, fall back” or “spring ahead, fall behind.”

Daylight Saving Time 2009 Fall Back will to be the on November 1st 2009.

Two years ago, Daylight Saving Time 2009 Fall Back was switched from the last Sunday of October to the first Sunday of November. For 2009 as well, that falls November 1, 2009.

Don’t forget that on  November 1, you will need to set your clock back.

The next time we will be changing our clocks will be on March 14 2010 – the second Sunday in March.

Daylight Saving

Daylight Saving Time (or summertime as it is called in many countries) is a means of getting more light out of the day by moving clocks ahead by one hour during the summer. During Daylight Saving Time, the sun seems to rise one hour later in the morning, when people are usually asleep, and sets one hour later in the evening, appearing to extend the day longer.

Daylight Saving Time

To make it easier for the switch to remember which way the clock goes, keep in mind one of these sayings: “spring forward, fall back” or “spring ahead, fall behind.”

Daylight saving time
According to reports, DST’s occasional clock shifts create other challenges to people such as complicated timekeeping, disruption of meetings, travel,billing, recordkeeping, medical devices, heavy equipment, as well as sleep patterns.
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