Since the Summer Solstice on June 20, the days continue to get shorter as fall arrives. However, it is not yet time to adjust your clocks back one hour as most americans do each fall (Spring Forward in March and Fall Back in November).
Most remember to adjust their clocks using the age old saying of "Spring Forward" and "Fall Back".
The end of daylight savings time will take effect on November 6, 2016 when clocks should be set back ( fall back ) from 2 am to 1 am. Now is a good time to set a reminder in your calendar.
Some will embrace the idea of getting an "extra" hour of sleep, while others dread the early onset of darkness that standard time brings.
The Northern Hemispere will bring progressively shorter days until the Winter Solstice on December 21, 2016 at 4:44 am CST. The shortest day of the year in 2016.