Current Local Times in North America
|Current Local Times in North America Sort By: City Country Time Cities Shown: Capitals (29) Most Popular (133) Popular (179) Somewhat Popular (459)|
|Long Beach *||Mon 2:24 pm|
|Longueuil *||Mon 5:24 pm|
|Los Angeles *||Mon 2:24 pm|
|Louisville *||Mon 5:24 pm|
The World Clock – Time Zone Converter – Results
|Location||Local Time||Time Zone|
|New York (USA – New York)||Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at 1:08:53 pm||EDT|
|New Delhi (India – Delhi)||Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at 10:38:53 pm||IST|
|Corresponding UTC (GMT)||Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at 17:08:53|
|Current Local Time in Locations in New York with Links for More Information (33 Locations)|
|New City *||Sat 4:50 pm|
|New York *||Sat 4:50 pm|
|Olean *||Sat 4:50 pm|
|Plattsburgh *||Sat 4:50 pm|
|Current Local Time in Locations in California with Links for More Information (168 Locations)|
|Long Beach *||Mon 3:05 am|
|Los Angeles *||Mon 3:05 am|
|Manteca *||Mon 3:05 am|
|Marysville *||Mon 3:05 am|
California (CA) is 3 hours behind the center of the Florida (FL). PLEASE NOTE: Florida may span multiple time zones.
Time difference from California
|New York||+3 hours|
The Chamorro Time Zone, formerly the Guam Time Zone, is a United States time zone which observes standard time ten hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+10:00). The clock time in this zone is based on the mean solar time of the 150th meridian east of the Greenwich Observatory.
Though, sadly for the Americans, it left American Samoa marooned, only 70km away but 24 hours apart (25 in summer). And then there's the Republic of Kiribati, which became independent in 1979 by combining three colonies – the UK's Gilbert Islands, and the Phoenix and Line Islands from the US.
Current Local Times in Europe
|Current Local Times in Europe Sort By: City Country Time Cities Shown: Capitals (51) Most Popular (77) Popular (95) Somewhat Popular (577)|
|Almería||Tue 10:55 pm|
|Altdorf||Tue 10:55 pm|
|Amsterdam||Tue 10:55 pm|
|Andorra La Vella||Tue 10:55 pm|
|Current Local Time in Locations in Netherlands with Links for More Information (38 Locations)|
|Amersfoort||Sun 1:01 am|
|Amsterdam||Sun 1:01 am|
|Apeldoorn||Sun 1:01 am|
|Arnhem||Sun 1:01 am|
Current Local Times in Asia
|Current Local Times in Asia Sort By: City Country Time Cities Shown: Capitals (48) Most Popular (123) Popular (216)|
|Ahmedabad||Sun 7:50 am|
|Ahmedgarh||Sun 7:50 am|
|Almaty||Sun 8:20 am|
|Amman *||Sun 5:20 am|
Since 2002, the European Union has ordered all member states to adjust their clocks on the last Sunday in March and October. Iceland, however, is exempt.
Western Australia enacted a three-year trial of Daylight Saving Time beginning in December 2006 and ending in March 2009. The issue of Daylight Saving Time was placed on the ballot in May 2009, and almost 56 percent of Western Australia voters gave DST a thumbs down.
Do countries beyond the UK change their clocks? Yep, indeed they do. It's not just the UK – it's a factor of more than 70 countries around the globe. Most European countries, including France, observe European summertime (Daylight Saving) – changing their clocks at the end of March and again at the end of October.
All of Germany uses Daylight Saving Time (DST) during part of the year. The DST period starts on the last Sunday of March and ends on the last Sunday of October, together with most other European countries.
The clocks change twice a year in the UK. They are moved forward by one hour in March, for what is known as British Summer Time, and are turned back by one hour in October. If you find yourself confused about which way the clocks are moving, remember to use the helpful phrase "spring forward, fall back".
China currently observes China Standard Time (CST) all year. DST is no longer in use. Clocks do not change in China. The previous DST change in China was on September 15, 1991.
Hawaii and Arizona are the only two states in the U.S. that do not observe daylight savings time. However, several overseas territories do not observe daylight savings time. Those territories include American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The seasonal time change will occur on Sunday, Nov. 7. Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. which is the official hour to set all of our clocks back to standard time. That's when local time will instantly become 1 a.m. and people gain an extra hour of time.