This weekend daylight saving time ends and we return to "regular" time and with that, we get earlier sunrise but earlier sunset as well. Many folks hate the shorter days with sunset falling in the 4 o'clock hour.
Daylight Saving Time (Yes, it's saving, not savings) ends on Sunday, meaning at 2 a.m., we'll watch all of our devices automatically turn set the clocks back one hour.
It means an extra hour of sleep or partying...and also everyone being out of sorts for a week...
The days at the Shore are getting shorter. It was just this week that I started to notice it was getting dark earlier. Before you know it we'll be "falling back an hour." But why do we "spring ahead" in the first place?