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(KSL News) -- Most Americans are about to get an extra hour of evening sunshine for cookouts, sports or whatever as daylight-saving time returns this weekend.
That means set the clocks ahead -- spring forward -- before going to bed Saturday night. Daylight-saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday and will stay until Oct. 31.
It's also a good time to replace batteries in smoke alarms, safety advocates say.
Some parts of the country don't observe daylight-saving time. Those include Arizona, Hawaii, the part of Indiana located in the Eastern time zone, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and American Samoa.