Daylight Saving Time Ends As Lawmakers Debate If It Will End Permanently
The sunrise and sunset will shift to an hour earlier.
The sun will be setting earlier as daylight saving time comes to an end this weekend.
This Sunday at 2a.m U.S. clocks will turn back one hour as they switch back to standard time. The sunrise and sunset will shift to an hour earlier.
Lawmakers are currently in debate whether the tradition of daylight saving time should be eliminated, or not.
In March, the Senate approved the Sunshine Protection Act, which would make daylight saving time permanent, but the bill is currently being held up in the House.