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So, when exactly do we reset our clocks? And is it forward or backward one hour?
Daylight Saving Time can be very confusing. First of all, the very phrasing is often confused: it's Saving not Savings. We are saving daylight not putting something in a savings account. Read below to help end your confusion! [The chart on the left plots the times of sunrise and sunset (with DST adjustment as separate lines) in Greenwich, GB for 2007.]
Short answer: For the Spring- On Sunday, 13 March, 2016 at 2:00am, you should set your clock forward one hour to 3:00am.
For the Fall- On Sunday, 05 November, 2016 at 2:00am, you should set your clock backward one hour to 1:00am. (Remember "spring forward, fall back...").
Easy answer: Most people who go to bed earlier than the wee hours of the morning simply set their clocks back/forward one hour before they go to bed on Saturday.
Detailed answer: Go HERE.
For more information...
Daylight Saving Time from WebExhibits
World Clock for Indianapolis DST
National Geographic on DST
US Naval Observatory on DST
Figure out what time it is in the United States at Time.gov