Daylight Saving Time (DST)

Clock Changes in 2015

DST to end in the Northern Hemisphere - Clocks Go Back (note: alterations can occur)
Palestinian Territories Friday 23 October
Greenland Sunday 25th October
European Union and rest of Europe, except Iceland Sunday 25th October
Israel Sunday 25th October
Lebanon Sunday 25th October
Jordan Friday 30th October
Syria Friday 30th October
North America Sunday 1st November
Saint Pierre and Miquelon Sunday 1st November
Bahamas Sunday 1st November
Bermuda Sunday 1st November
Cuba Sunday 1st November
Haiti Sunday 1st November
Mexico Sunday 25th October and Sunday 1st November (depending on region)
Turkey Sunday 8th November
Clocks Going Forward (Southern Hemisphere)
Fiji Sunday 1st November


Follow the links for more information about DST and exceptions within countries.

Co-ordinated Universal Time (UTC) & Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

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.

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