New Mexico Still Has Four Months Left Before Daylight Saving Time Ends
Months ago, Daylight Saving Time started in New Mexico. Time flies so fast because in four months, the twice-a-year tradition will soon end. Meaning, residents, and visitors living in New Mexico need to set their clocks one hour backward.
The start of July has been an important month for New Mexico. It tells people that another half year has passed, and Daylight Saving Time is about to end. Not only that, but it also signifies many historical things.
One of the most memorable things in New Mexico is the news release by Roswell Army Air Field saying it had recovered a “flying disc” near Corona, New Mexico. This had gained worldwide attention on what has become known as the Roswell UFO Incident.
The 2021 calendar has reached its halfway point, which was on Friday, July 2. This date is the 183rd day of 2021. Looking ahead from last Saturday, July 3, it’s 81 days until the fall equinox (Sept. 22). It’s also 127 days until the end of Daylight Saving Time (Nov. 7).
The end of DST is about to end; that’s why residents are making the most out of the additional daylight hours while still being observed in New Mexico. Some people might not favor the twice-a-year tradition, but still, some find it helpful in terms of conserving energy and boosting productivity.