Halloween weekend is now an hour longer thanks to Daylight Savings Time.
Clocks will officially "fall back" Sunday morning, Nov. 2. at 2 a.m., which will officially become 1 a.m.
The purpose of Daylight Savings is to maximize daylight hours during summer months, taking advantage of natural light and saving on electrical use during those months.
The practice of daylight savings became official in the United States during World War I as an effort to conserve fuel. The plan was unpopular and abolished after the war ended.