Daylight Saving ends in USA and Canada Nov 6
On Sunday, November 6, 2011, many Americans and Canadians end daylight saving time (DST) at 2am (02:00) local time. Mexico’s northern border cities will also end DST at the same time as the USA and Canada.
The rest of Mexico will end DST one week earlier.
Clocks fall back
Many Americans and Canadians will set their clocks back one hour to standard time from 2am (02:00) to 1am (01:00) local time on the first Sunday in November.
Mexico’s border regions share the same daylight saving schedule as the USA, but the rest of Mexico will end DST one week earlier, on Sunday, October 30, 2012.
Current and future DST dates
Find the DST dates in the second half of 2011 for the USA, Canada, Mexico, and other places worldwide.
Most parts of the USA and Canada will spring forward and start DST on Sunday, March 11, 2012.
Daylight Saving Dates 2000–2015
These are the dates DST dates in United States until 2015. There is a chance that future dates will change. Also, note that not all places observe DST.
Did you know…?
Did you know that some media refer to daylight saving time as “daylight savings time”? The term “daylight saving time” is considered to be correct.
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More about Daylight Saving Time
- Daylight Saving Time
- List of countries that observe Daylight Saving Time in 2014
- Upcoming Daylight Saving Time Clock Changes
- Daylight Savings Time vs Daylight Saving Time