Daylight Savings Time Change Fall 2010
Confused about daylight saving time (DST) dates in 2010? With DST, the question “when do we change the clocks?” is complicated. Here’s a guide to clock change in the U.S.
Daylight Savings Time Change Fall 2010: Changes in daylight savings dates started in 2007. Here is information on U.S. time change dates, what states and countries participate in DST, and daylight savings time history.
When Is Daylight Savings?
Daylight Savings time begins each year at 2:00 A.M. on the second Sunday in March, with clocks moving ahead one hour. Standard time begins each year at 2:00 A.M. on the first Sunday in November, with clocks moving one hour back.
Prior to 2007, the DST change in the U.S. occurred in April and standard time resumed in October. The law extending daylight savings time by almost two months was signed into law by George W. Bush in 2005.