At 2 am on Sunday, March 11, daylight saving time begins. We’ll set our clocks forward one hour, and the change will push sunsets later into the evening hours and sunrises later into the morning hours. The cost is that “springing forward” will temporarily disrupt the sleep of millions of Americans.

There’s a lot of confusion about daylight saving time.

The first thing to know: Yes, it begins in the spring, just as the increase in daylight hours starts to become noticeable.

Let’s sort it all out.

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