Daylight Saving Time
A Lakewood couple says it’s high time to talk about permanently keeping Colorado on Mountain Daylight Time.
Tonight Coloradans will turn back the clock one hour to return to Mountain Standard Time after Daylight Saving Time ends for the year.
Overnight on Saturday is when clocks spring forward one hour for daylight saving time and it’s possibly the busiest time of the year for a local clock shop.
This weekend we spring forward as we lose an hour of sleep, but gain an hour of daylight. For some, it’s a welcome change. For others, like CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida, it’s major trauma. He has some tips on how to deal with the dreaded ritual of “the changing of the clocks.”
Colorado state lawmaker Greg Brophy says his constituents are tired of setting their clocks ahead and back each year.
Seems like some Colorado lawmakers would’ve also appreciated getting some extra sleep last Sunday when the clocks sprang forward by an hour.