This weekend daylight saving time comes to an end. There's only one thing I like about the time change: you get an extra hour of sleep.

Here we go again, time to fall back after we sprang forward. Not only extra sleep, the slow disappearance of early evening sunlight.

Adjust your clocks back one hour on Nov. 3 at 2 AM.

President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Uniform Time Act in 1966, which established daylight saving time from the second Sunday of March through the first Sunday of October.

The law also allows states to remain in standard time all year and does not require states to adhere to daylight saving time.

It does require that states get approval from Congress before making daylight saving time permanent.

Believe it or not, many are against changing clocks during the year. Here's more from USA Today.