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October 31, 2015

Turn back clocks an hour tonight

Those who party into All Hallow's Eve night (or perhaps celebrating a Temple win over the Fighting Irish) will have an extra hour of sleep to recover.

Say goodbye to Daylight Savings Time and hello to another hour of sunlight in the morning.

Standard time resumes at 2 a.m. local time Sunday. That means clocks have to be turned back an hour. Most people turn back their watches and clocks before heading to bed Saturday night.

No action required by those who live in Hawaii, most of Arizona and some U.S. territories, which do not recognize daylight saving time.

This time of year is an ideal time to put new batteries in your home's smoke alarms, according to public safety officials.

Daylight saving time will return on March 13.