Daylight Saving Time officially ended at 2 a.m. today.
The mornings will get lighter and the evenings darker but the most important thing: we all got an extra hour in bed this morning.
Firefighters are reminding residents to change the batteries on smoke and carbon monoxide alarms around the home when setting their clocks back an hour. These alarm batteries should be changed at least once a year.
For those who like a little more light in the evening, standard time won't last long. Daylight Saving Time starts up again the second Sunday in March 2016.