This Sunday at 2 a.m., Daylight Savings kicks off in the Silver City, setting the clocks forward an hour in anticipation of the summer months. This change heralds longer, lighter days, as summer draws closer, but could also lead to a few days of confusion if you forget to adjust the old analogue clock hanging on your wall.
While the shift does mean one less hour of sleep on Sunday night, it also signifies that evenings will grow lighter and longer as we move further into summer.
Fortunately, in 2023, many of our digital devices will automatically adjust the time for us. However, analogue watches, older car clocks, and certain kitchen displays will likely still require manual adjustment.