Don't forget to turn your clocks back tonight.
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday morning.
You may get one extra hour of sleep.
In the meantime, the Red Cross is encouraging people to use that extra time to make sure they're prepared for emergencies.
They say when you turn you clocks back, you should also replace the batteries in your smoke alarms.
The Red Cross said both Daylight Saving Time days are good reminders to make sure your alarms are working properly.