Daylight Saving Time ends early Sunday morning for a lot of the United States, however Arizona residents will not have to modify their clocks — we do not observe DST.
In the remainder of the nation, when the clocks hit 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2023, they’re going to roll again to 1 a.m., and that hour shall be repeated. So whereas most states — besides Arizona and Hawaii — will see a 25-hour day on Sunday, we’ll have our regular 24, and will not need to expertise minor jet lag with out even leaving our couches.
The Navajo Nation, which extends into Utah and New Mexico, observes DST, whereas the Hopi Reservation doesn’t, because it lies totally throughout the state of Arizona.
After the fall-back, Arizona will once more be in sync with the remainder of the states within the Mountain Time Zone, and shall be an hour forward of California and different Pacific Time Zone states.