Daylight Saving Time starts this weekend which means it’s time to spring forward and move your clocks up one hour. The official time change happens Sunday morning when 2-AM becomes 3-AM and, for most people, losing an hour of sleep. The flipside, of course, is that sunrise and sunset on Sunday will be an hour later translating to more light during the evening hours. Fire districts around the Lake Area and statewide, also encourage you to take advantage of the weekend and check batteries on your smoke and C-O-2 alarms. Daylight saving time comes to an end with clocks turned back one hour on Nov. 5th.