Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday

AP Photo, File
AP Photo, File

Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday.

While Hawaii doesn’t participate in the event, what it does mean to island residents is that there will now be a two-hour difference between here and the West Coast instead of three, and a five-hour difference to the mainland’s East Coast instead of six.

Sports-wise, that means Sunday’s NFL games will start at 8 a.m. instead of 7.

The biannual clock twirling ritual has been around since Congress enacted it during World War I.

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