Daylight Savings Times For UK 2022

Daylight saving time 2022 in United Kingdom will begin at 1:00 AM on Sunday , March 27 and ends at 2:00 AM on Sunday , October 30 All times ...

Friday, February 25, 2022

Daylight Savings Times For UK 2022

Daylight saving time 2022 in United Kingdom will begin at 1:00 AM on Sunday , March 27 and ends at 2:00 AM on Sunday , October 30 All times are in United Kingdom Time.

Daylight Savings Dates For 2022 for U.S. and its Teritories

DST in Other Locations in USA (1 Location)

Palmyra AtollNo DST

Which States Don't Use DST?

Most of Arizona and Hawaii don't use DST. Indiana introduced DST in 2006.

Daylight Saving Time in Dependencies of USA

DependencyTypeDaylight Saving Time Period
American SamoaUnincorp. unorg. territoryNo Daylight Saving Time
GuamUnincorp. org. territoryNo Daylight Saving Time
Northern Mariana IslandsUnincorp. org. territoryNo Daylight Saving Time
Puerto RicoUnincorp. org. territoryNo Daylight Saving Time
US Minor Outlying IslandsTerritoryNo Daylight Saving Time
US Virgin IslandsUnincorp. org. territoryNo Daylight Saving Time

US dependencies do not use Daylight Saving Time (DST).

Daylight Saving Time History in United States

  • United States first observed Daylight Saving Time in 1918.
  • United States has observed DST for 105 years between 1918 and 2022 (DST in at least one location).
  • See Worldwide DST Statistics

DST in the USA Today

Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the USA starts on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November. The current schedule was introduced in 2007 and follows the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

According to section 110 of the act, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) governs the use of DST. The law does not affect the rights of the states and territories that choose not to observe DST.

Confusing DST Rules

Historically, there were no uniform rules for DST from 1945 to 1966. This caused widespread confusion, especially in transport and broadcasting. The Uniform Time Act of 1966 aligned the switch dates across the USA for the first time.

Following the 1973 oil embargo, the US Congress extended the DST period to 10 months in 1974 and 8 months in 1975, in an effort to save energy.

After the energy crisis was over in 1976, the DST schedule in the US was revised several times. From 1987 to 2006, the country observed DST for about 7 months each year.

DST in States and Federal Districts in USA
(51 in total, 49 where all observe DST, 1 which doesn't observe DST, 1 with parts on DST)

AlabamaMar 13 - Nov 6KentuckyMar 13 - Nov 6OhioMar 13 - Nov 6
AlaskaMar 13 - Nov 6LouisianaMar 13 - Nov 6OklahomaMar 13 - Nov 6
Arizona (northeast)Mar 13 - Nov 6MaineMar 13 - Nov 6OregonMar 13 - Nov 6
ArizonaNo DSTMarylandMar 13 - Nov 6PennsylvaniaMar 13 - Nov 6
ArkansasMar 13 - Nov 6MassachusettsMar 13 - Nov 6Rhode IslandMar 13 - Nov 6
CaliforniaMar 13 - Nov 6MichiganMar 13 - Nov 6South CarolinaMar 13 - Nov 6
ColoradoMar 13 - Nov 6MinnesotaMar 13 - Nov 6South DakotaMar 13 - Nov 6
ConnecticutMar 13 - Nov 6MississippiMar 13 - Nov 6TennesseeMar 13 - Nov 6
DelawareMar 13 - Nov 6MissouriMar 13 - Nov 6TexasMar 13 - Nov 6
District of ColumbiaMar 13 - Nov 6MontanaMar 13 - Nov 6UtahMar 13 - Nov 6
FloridaMar 13 - Nov 6NebraskaMar 13 - Nov 6VermontMar 13 - Nov 6
GeorgiaMar 13 - Nov 6NevadaMar 13 - Nov 6VirginiaMar 13 - Nov 6
HawaiiNo DSTNew HampshireMar 13 - Nov 6WashingtonMar 13 - Nov 6
IdahoMar 13 - Nov 6New JerseyMar 13 - Nov 6West VirginiaMar 13 - Nov 6
IllinoisMar 13 - Nov 6New MexicoMar 13 - Nov 6WisconsinMar 13 - Nov 6
IndianaMar 13 - Nov 6New YorkMar 13 - Nov 6WyomingMar 13 - Nov 6
IowaMar 13 - Nov 6North CarolinaMar 13 - Nov 6

KansasMar 13 - Nov 6North DakotaMar 13 - Nov 6


Ohio Bill ToHave Daylight Savings Time All Year

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — It’s nearly that time again to spring forward and gain an hour of daylight. Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 13 when timepieces will roll forward and we ’ll lose an hour of sleep. But it’s another sign that spring is right around the corner. How soon you ’ll get 90 twinkles further of daylight It was first espoused in 1918 during World War I to conserve energy, but some Ohioans argue the time change is further of a burden on people’s schedules than a help to save power. ADVERTISING So state lawgivers, late last time, passed House Concurrent Resolution 13, with a vote of 58-33, prompting Congress to legislate The Sunshine Protection Act of 2021, which would make DST the endless standard time. Next over, the bill will move through the Senate General Government Budget Committee, chaired by Senator Peterson.Rep. Koehler is pushing for its quick passage at it’s first hail during the last week of February. “ We simply no longer need the biannual tradition of changing our timepieces,” said StateRep. Rodney Creech (R-West Alexandria), a common guarantor of the resolution. “ Making The Sunshine Protection Act of 2021 would not only simplify our lives, it would also help to cover the safety and well- being of Ohioans.” The resolution guarantors also noted the benefits of DST include fresh daylight in the evening hours, increased out-of-door playtime for the children and youth, expanded profitable openings, energy savings, bettered business safety and crime reduction. It’s2/22/22! How long before this type of‘Twosday’happens again? Not in our continuances … “ No matter what we do, there are still 24 hours in each day and the cock of the earth still changes the length of time the sun shines in each season,” said common guarantor Kyle Koehler (R-Springfield). “ Permanently transitioning to DST will only save Ohioans’from the gratuitous dislocation of changing our timepieces doubly a time.” As of March 2021, 14 countries have made moves toward endless DST and dozens more are looking into it.