Most Americans have to reset their clocks twice a year for daylight saving time, also known as Daylight Saving Time, as well as during the winter.
Every year, daylight saving time in the United States begins on the second Sunday in March. This 2023, the change was made on Sunday, March 12 at 2:00 a.m., moving the clock forward one hour, but when does Daylight Saving Time end to allow for winter time?
When will daylight saving time end in the United States in 2023?
While the start of fall is less than a month away, the end of daylight saving time is more than 10 weeks away this year.
Daylight saving time ends on the first Sunday of November, the daylight saving time begins. For this 2023, the time change is November 5.
In the case of the winter season, in the early hours of Sunday, November 5, you should turn your clock back one hour.
In most cases you don’t need to worry about making the change manually, because most electronic devices, such as smartphones, will automatically make the change at 2:00 am, even for winter or summer.
For next year, daylight saving time will start on March 10 and end on November 3, 2024.
In these parts of the United States there is no daylight saving time
Some parts of the United States do not have daylight saving time, so they do not change their clocks.
These places are Hawaii and most of Arizona. Other US territories in the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean, such as Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam and American Samoa, also did not make the change.
In the case of Arizona, the state has used daylight saving time since 1918, but decided not to use it in 1968. Although the state maintains standard time, the Navajo Nation in the northeast of the state has changed daylight saving time. twice.