Time Zone News
Unlike in the past months, many people in Northeast Ohio notice that the sun is setting earlier these days. Since September, the sunrise usually begins at 6:53 a.m. while the sun sets at 7:59 p.m.
As these things continue to happen, people lose a few minutes of light every day for the rest of th... read more
Some states in America, including Alabama, have passed a bill to adopt the biannual tradition permanently. Since Daylight Saving Time is soon to end on November 7, some people are still confused about whether they have to fall back or keep DST year-round.
Daylight Saving Time in Alabama started ... read more
Daylight Saving Time is a biannual tradition that many American states observe. It is when countries and states that follow DST change their time either one hour forward or backward.
Kentucky has observed the clock change for 75 years between 1918 and 2021. It was in 1918 when the state first ob... read more
Illinois is experiencing shorter days and colder weather. And as they prepare for the new season, residents also need to prepare for the fall-back. Since not all people are used to clock changing, this tradition still creates a lot of confusion, such as the end of Daylight Saving Time in Illinois.... read more
Daylight Saving Time in Texas started in March, and now, residents are preparing to fall back as it is coming to an end. But when exactly should Texas change their clocks? For those who are not used to the biannual tradition, what happens during Daylight Saving Time?
DST is a twice-a-year traditi... read more
Time flies so fast because sooner or later, Australia will change its clocks again. Daylight Saving Time is almost felt in the country as soon as the first day in September starts. This is because the biannual tradition will start precisely on October 3, 2021, at two o'clock in the morning. All Au... read more
The White House is accused of using a stock photo after the people on social media noticed an incorrect time zone difference in President Joe Biden's Photo. The president's image while on a security meeting for Afghanistan sparked speculation since the time difference between the clocks of Moscow... read more
On October 18, Albertans will be asked whether they want to abolish the biannual clock changing or keep it. If the majority of the votes say that Albertans favor ending the twice a year tradition, that means the province will observe permanent Daylight Saving Time, which is the summer hours. This ... read more
Together with other time zones, British Summer Time will end on the final Sunday of October at precisely 2:00 am. Love it or hate it, people under BST need to change their clocks once again and prepare their bodies for the adjustment. Even if Daylight Saving Time happens twice a year, some people ... read more
Daylight Saving Time started in March, requiring people under DST to set their clocks one hour forward at 2:00 am. Those individuals that observe the twice-a-year tradition have already adjusted with the time change. But they need to prepare themselves again as Daylight Saving Time is soon to retu... read more
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