The Baltimore Sun

Most of the U.S. entered daylight-saving time March 8, but Europeans are just getting around to it tonight. At 1 a.m. Sunday Universal Time (9 p.m. today our time), European Union countries turn their clocks ahead one hour, switching from Standard Time to Summer Time. That will restore the time spread between Baltimore and London to five hours, after three weeks at just four hours.

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