Daylight saving time in Florida- Clock turns back at 2 am Sunday, 2010

Daylight saving time in Florida- Clock turns back at 2 am Sunday, 2010

Miami : FL : USA | Nov 06, 2010 at 7:37 PM PDT
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Daylight Saving Time

According to news report Florida residents are turning back their clocks at 2 am Sunday morning as the winter season is well upon us. Tomorrow residents will have an extra hour added to their day to start the season off. Take note Florida residents. The clocked is being turned back. For more on this story please visit

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Daylight Saving Time- Sunday November 7th 2010
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