The annual adjustment of clocks for the end of daylight saving time is set for Sunday, Nov. 5.
At the official hour of 2 a.m., clocks will be turned back one hour to 1 a.m., granting an additional hour to the day.
However, with this shift, many individuals working standard 9-to-5 jobs may find daylight hours limited during their workweek until the arrival of spring.
While there have been some legislative talks about ending the practice of changing clocks twice a year, nothing has been inked into law.
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