|DST Starts in the Northern Hemisphere - Clocks Go forward|
|Note: changes may occur|
|United States||Sunday 13 March|
|Canada||Sunday 13 March|
|Bahamas||Sunday 13 March|
|Bermuda||Sunday 13 March|
|Cuba||Sunday 13 March|
|Israel||Friday 25 March|
|Palestinian Territories||Saturday 26 March|
|European Union and rest of Europe, except Iceland||Sunday 27 March|
|Turkey||Sunday 27 March|
|Lebanon||Sunday 27 March|
|Jordan||Friday 1 April|
|DST Ends in the Southern Hemisphere - Clocks Go Back|
|Fiji||Sunday 17 January|
|Brazil (states that observe DST)||Sunday 21 February|
|Paraguay||Sunday 27 March|
|Australia (states that observe DST)||Sunday 3 April|
|New Zealand||Sunday 3 April|
Follow the links for more information about DST and exceptions within countries.
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.