Here's what to know about upcoming daylight saving time when we have to fall back!
Daylight Saving Time will soon come to an end, which means Illinois residents will be turning their clocks back a full hour.
For many, the act of time change is known as "falling back," a term that gives a nod to the season. While liked by some, for a myriad of reasons, daylight saving time isn't favored by everyone.
Many will benefit from extra hour of sleep, for others, it marks time when the days get shorter and darker. And for some, the change can even have significant health impacts on a person's body.
This year, Daylight Saving Time will end on Nov. 6 -- that's the date that Illinoisans will set their clocks back an hour.