Daylight Saving Time: Clocks Move Forward One Hour Sunday, 2 A.M.

WASHINGTON (AP) - The groundhog predicted an early spring, and daylight-saving time is coming early this year, too. Move your clocks up one hour forward on Sunday at 2 a.m.

Most of the nation springs forward to daylight-saving time at 2
a-m Sunday. And the switch this year is happening a few weeks
earlier than it used to. Daylight time will also end later:
November Fourth.

Places that don't make the switch include Arizona, Hawaii,
Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam and the
Northern Marianas.

And then there's Pulaski County, Indiana, where the clock on the
county courthouse in Winamac will shows one time, while the clock
outside the First Federal Savings Bank just a-half mile away shows
it's an hour later, and everyone knows neither is wrong.

This year Pulaski joins neighboring counties in the Eastern time
zone thanks to federal legislation. The result, just this once, is
that people in that part of Indiana have to remember to set their
clocks ahead by two hours.