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Time Change 2008 in Brazil

Last change: 2019
Feb
17
1 hour Back

Feb 17, 2019, 12:00 midnight

In some areas of Brazil

Country: Brazil
Long Name: Federative Republic of Brazil
Abbreviations: BR, BRA
Capital: Brasilia
Time Zones: 4
Dial Code: +55

Note: Only some parts of Brazil used DST in 2008.

Does Brazil Have DST?

There is no Daylight Saving Time (DST) in Brazil. The country scrapped the practice in 2019.

Feb 17

Back 1 hour

Feb 17, 2008 - Daylight Saving Time Ended

When local daylight time was about to reach
Sunday, February 17, 2008, 12:00:00 midnight clocks were turned backward 1 hour to
Saturday, February 16, 2008, 11:00:00 pm local standard time instead.

Sunrise and sunset were about 1 hour earlier on Feb 17, 2008 than the day before. There was more light in the morning.

Also called Fall Back and Winter Time.

More info:
Brazil: Daylight Saving Time dates for 2007–2008 announced
Sunday, February 17, 2013: Brazil ends Daylight Saving Time

Oct 19

Forward 1 hour

Oct 19, 2008 - Daylight Saving Time Started

When local standard time was about to reach
Sunday, October 19, 2008, 12:00:00 midnight clocks were turned forward 1 hour to
Sunday, October 19, 2008, 1:00:00 am local daylight time instead.

Sunrise and sunset were about 1 hour later on Oct 19, 2008 than the day before. There was more light in the evening.

Also called Spring Forward, Summer Time, and Daylight Savings Time.

More info:
Brazil Confirms Daylight Saving From 2008 Onwards
Sunday, February 17, 2013: Brazil ends Daylight Saving Time

Other years: 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2023

DST in Locations in Brazil in 2008 (98 Locations)

AlagoinhasNo DSTFoz do IguaçuOct 19 – Feb 17Ponta GrossaOct 19 – Feb 17
AnápolisOct 19 – Feb 17GaranhunsNo DSTPorto AcreNo DST
AracajuNo DSTGoiâniaOct 19 – Feb 17Porto AlegreOct 19 – Feb 17
AraguaínaNo DSTGovernador ValadaresOct 19 – Feb 17Porto VelhoNo DST
BacabalNo DSTGuarulhosOct 19 – Feb 17RecifeNo DST
Balneário CamboriúOct 19 – Feb 17Ilha de ItamaracáNo DSTRibeirão PrêtoOct 19 – Feb 17
BalsasNo DSTIlhéusNo DSTRio BrancoNo DST
Barra do GarçasOct 19 – Feb 17ImperatrizNo DSTRio de JaneiroOct 19 – Feb 17
BarreirasNo DSTIpatingaOct 19 – Feb 17Rio GrandeOct 19 – Feb 17
BauruOct 19 – Feb 17ItabunaNo DSTSalvadorNo DST
BelémNo DSTItumbiaraOct 19 – Feb 17Santa MaríaOct 19 – Feb 17
Belo HorizonteOct 19 – Feb 17JequiéNo DSTSantarémNo DST
BlumenauOct 19 – Feb 17João PessoaNo DSTSantosOct 19 – Feb 17
Boa VistaNo DSTJoinvilleOct 19 – Feb 17São Félix do XinguNo DST
BrasiliaOct 19 – Feb 17Juàzeiro do NorteNo DSTSão Gabriel da CachoeiraNo DST
CamaçariNo DSTJuiz de ForaOct 19 – Feb 17São José do Rio PretoOct 19 – Feb 17
Campina GrandeNo DSTLondrinaOct 19 – Feb 17São José dos CamposOct 19 – Feb 17
CampinasOct 19 – Feb 17MacaéOct 19 – Feb 17São LuisNo DST
Campo GrandeOct 19 – Feb 17MacapáNo DSTSão PauloOct 19 – Feb 17
CamposOct 19 – Feb 17MaceióNo DSTSinopOct 19 – Feb 17
CaruaruNo DSTManausNo DSTSobralNo DST
Caxias do SulOct 19 – Feb 17ManicoréNo DSTSorocabaOct 19 – Feb 17
CodóNo DSTMontes ClarosOct 19 – Feb 17TabatingaNo DST
CriciúmaOct 19 – Feb 17MossoróNo DSTTeféNo DST
Cruzeiro do SulNo DSTNatalNo DSTTeófilo OtoniOct 19 – Feb 17
CuiabáOct 19 – Feb 17NiteróiOct 19 – Feb 17TeresinaNo DST
CuritibaOct 19 – Feb 17OlímpiaOct 19 – Feb 17UberabaOct 19 – Feb 17
DouradosOct 19 – Feb 17PalmasNo DSTUberlândiaOct 19 – Feb 17
EirunepéNo DSTParnaíbaNo DSTUruguaianaOct 19 – Feb 17
Feira de SantanaNo DSTPasso FundoOct 19 – Feb 17VitóriaOct 19 – Feb 17
Fernando de NoronhaNo DSTPelotasOct 19 – Feb 17Vitória da ConquistaNo DST
FlorianópolisOct 19 – Feb 17PetrópolisOct 19 – Feb 17Volta RedondaOct 19 – Feb 17
FortalezaNo DSTPirassunungaOct 19 – Feb 17

Daylight Saving Time History in Brazil