Daylight Saving Time is the best indicator that spring is just around the corner.
Today, Daylight Saving Time was ushered in at 2 a.m., the exact time to turn clocks ahead an hour. It can be a jolt to the system and take some time to adjust because of losing an hour of sleep. People reacted to the annual loss of sleep on Twitter, some in Philly said they were exhausted. Check out the tweets below.
If you are following Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's lead on Twitter, you may have set your clocks ahead an hour as he incorrectly tweeted. His account erased the erroneous tweet and followed up with a corrected tweet that told followers to "turn your clocks forward."
Despite getting an extra hour of daylight, old man winter is not ready to say goodbye and has put a delay on spring. The Philadelphia region has experienced a harsh winter with numerous snowstorms and the snow is not over. Get ready. The NBC10 First Alert Weather team is tacking a chance of snow this week.