This Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019, Daylight Saving Time ends. At 2 a.m. (or before you turn in for the night on Saturday), you get to turn the clock back 1 hour. Sunrise and sunset will be an hour earlier on Nov. 3, so when you get up in the morning, it will be lighter. Those long afternoons, however, will be an hour shorter.
According to TimeandDate, this has been the standard in most of the USA since 1918. Most of Arizona and Hawaii, however, still do not observe Daylight Saving Time. Florida voted this year to be the first state to adopt year-round Daylight Saving Time and not fall back like the rest of the country. However, it has to have congressional approval before it can be adopted so Floridians are also going to be adopting the time change next Sunday, at least for the time being.
Daylight Saving Time begins again for us on March 8, 2019.