Do Spring Forward, But Don’t Say ‘Daylight Savings’
Korva and her fellow Arizonans refuse to get on board with the idea of adjusting clocks, but most of the nation will spring forward an hour this weekend.
That means we need to remind everyone that it’s “daylight saving time” that’s starting again, not “daylight savingS time.”
Also, as we’ve said before:
Arizona and Hawaii don’t observe daylight saving time. Clocks in those states (except on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona) don’t need to be adjusted. Also not time-shifting this weekend: “Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Marianas Islands.” NationalGeographic.com
(“Memmos;” March 10, 2016)
March 10, 2016