As California approaches the conclusion of daylight saving time, the moment is drawing near when clocks will “fall back” by one hour, allowing residents to savor an extra hour of rest. This time change is scheduled for 2 a.m. on November 5.
According to Timeanddate.com, daylight saving time typically concludes on the first Sunday of November. With this shift, both sunrise and sunset times will occur earlier, ensuring more sunlight graces the mornings.
These changes align with the Northern Hemisphere’s approach to the autumn equinox, slated for September 23, heralding the onset of fall. In the ensuing days leading up to the winter equinox on December 21, daylight hours will gradually diminish, while the nights lengthen.