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Daylight savings time has resumed

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clocks.jpgJust a friendly reminder on this late winter Sunday morning/afternoon, if it seems like you are late for everything so far today, you probably forgot to change your clocks forward one hour last night.

At 2:00 AM this morning, we lost one hour as Daylight Savings Time resumed. Yes, it sure stinks that we lost an hour of precious sleep, but there is one benefit to this changing of the time. The sunset in Albany tonight is 6:58 PM and Spring is right around the corner. The Vernal Equinox is on March 20th. Hopefully some warmer weather is in the forecast for these Spring days ahead.

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