When, where and how to change the clocks this fall
The end of daylight saving time is approaching in the United States. Here, check when you have to move the watches, in what states, and whether they move forward and backward.
It’s almost time Change the clocks again With winter approaching and with it the end the summer timing in the United States. Here, check when you have to move the watches, in what states, and whether they move forward and backward.
Recent studies have also shown that the practice of moving clocks is associated with health risks, as well as depression. Especially as the days keep getting shorter until December 21, when the winter solstice happens. According to the New York Times, most Americans hate Reset the time twice a year.
That is why the Senate passed sun protection act Which will end with the practice of changing the clocks in 2023. However, it still needs to be approved by l of the House of Representatives and for President Joe Biden.
Time change 2022: When does the time change happen in the US?
According to federal law in the United States, the time changes on the first Sunday in November. Meaning that in 2022, it will happen on the morning of November 6. 2:00 AM is the official time for the change.
How to change the clock: does the time move forward or backward?
When daylight saving time ends, the clocks turn back. Meaning that on Sunday (November 6), you should set a file Go back one hour over the exact time in your area. If the Sun Protection Act is passed, the clocks will advance through the spring of 2023 likely for the last time.
Which countries should change the clock?
Almost all countries have to turn back the clock. The only exceptions are: Alaska, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, and the Virgin Islands; Beside Hawaii and Arizona Don’t make the change because they are the only two states in the country that have laws that maintain their regular business hours throughout the year.