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Daylight Saving Time (DST)

Clock Changes in 2017

Follow the links for more information about DST and exceptions within countries.

DST STARTS in the Northern Hemisphere - Clocks Go Forward
USA and Canada Sunday 12 March
Mexico, State of Baja California only Sunday 12 March
European Union and rest of Europe, except Iceland Sunday 26 March
Mexico Time Zones 1 and 2 Sunday 2 April
DST ENDS in the Southern Hemisphere - Clocks Go Back
Australia (states that observe DST) Sunday 2 April

Co-ordinated Universal Time (UTC) & Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

UTC is the standard reference time, and is always equal to GMT. UTC is not a time zone.

GMT is a time zone that does not change with the seasons. Clocks move relative to GMT.

[ History of DST ] [ British Summer Time Info ]

Clock Changes in 2016

DST ENDED in the Northern Hemisphere - Clocks Went Back
Israel Sunday 30 October
European Union and rest of Europe, except Iceland Sunday 30 October
United States Sunday 6 November
Canada Sunday 6 November
Bahamas Sunday 6 November
Bermuda Sunday 6 November
Cuba Sunday 6 November
DST STARTED in the Southern Hemisphere - Clocks Went Forward
Paraguay Sunday 2 October
Australia (states that observe DST) Sunday 2 October
Brazil (states that observe DST) Sunday 16 October
Fiji Sunday 6 November

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