Forward 1 hour
Mar 10, 2013 - Daylight Saving Time Started
When local standard time was about to reach
Sunday, March 10, 2013, 2:00:00 am clocks were turned forward 1 hour to
Sunday, March 10, 2013, 3:00:00 am local daylight time instead
Sunrise and sunset was about 1 hour later on Mar 10, 2013 than the day before. There was more light in the evening.
Back 1 hour
Nov 3, 2013 - Daylight Saving Time Ended
When local daylight time was about to reach
Sunday, November 3, 2013, 2:00:00 am clocks were turned backward 1 hour to
Sunday, November 3, 2013, 1:00:00 am local standard time instead
Sunrise and sunset was about 1 hour earlier on Nov 3, 2013 than the day before. There was more light in the morning.
Which States and Federal Districts use Daylight Saving Time in 2013
DST in States and Federal Districts in USA in 2013 (51 in total, 49 where all observe DST, 1 which doesn't observe DST, 1 with parts on DST)
|Alabama||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Kentucky||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Ohio||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Alaska||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Louisiana||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Oklahoma||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Arizona (north-east)||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Maine||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Oregon||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Arizona||No DST||Maryland||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Pennsylvania||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Arkansas||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Massachusetts||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Rhode Island||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|California||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Michigan||Mar 10 - Nov 3||South Carolina||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Colorado||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Minnesota||Mar 10 - Nov 3||South Dakota||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Connecticut||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Mississippi||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Tennessee||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Delaware||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Missouri||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Texas||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|District of Columbia||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Montana||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Utah||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Florida||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Nebraska||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Vermont||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Georgia||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Nevada||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Virginia||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Hawaii||No DST||New Hampshire||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Washington||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Idaho||Mar 10 - Nov 3||New Jersey||Mar 10 - Nov 3||West Virginia||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Illinois||Mar 10 - Nov 3||New Mexico||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Wisconsin||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Indiana||Mar 10 - Nov 3||New York||Mar 10 - Nov 3||Wyoming||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Iowa||Mar 10 - Nov 3||North Carolina||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
|Kansas||Mar 10 - Nov 3||North Dakota||Mar 10 - Nov 3|
DST in Other Locations in USA in 2013 (1 Location)
|Palmyra Atoll||No DST|
Which States Don't Use DST?
Daylight Saving Time in Dependencies of USA
|Dependency||Type||Daylight Saving Time Period|
|American Samoa||Unincorp. unorg. territory||No Daylight Saving Time|
|Guam||Unincorp. org. territory||No Daylight Saving Time|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Unincorp. org. territory||No Daylight Saving Time|
|Puerto Rico||Unincorp. org. territory||No Daylight Saving Time|
|US Minor Outlying Islands||Territory||No Daylight Saving Time|
|US Virgin Islands||Unincorp. org. territory||No Daylight Saving Time|
US dependencies do not use Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Daylight Saving Time History in United States
- United States first observed Daylight Saving Time in 1918.
- United States has observed DST for 100 years between 1918 and 2017 (DST in at least one location).
- See Worldwide DST Statistics
DST in the USA Today
According to section 110 of the act, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) governs the use of DST. The law does not affect the rights of the states and territories that choose not to observe DST.
Confusing DST Rules
Historically, there were no uniform rules for DST from 1945 to 1966. This caused widespread confusion, especially in transport and broadcasting. The Uniform Time Act of 1966 aligned the switch dates across the USA for the first time.
Following the 1973 oil embargo, the US Congress extended the DST period to 10 months in 1974 and 8 months in 1975, in an effort to save energy.
After the energy crisis was over in 1976, the DST schedule in the US was revised several times. From 1987 to 2006, the country observed DST for about 7 months each year.