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DST in the United States and CanadaDaylight Saving Time (DST) always begins on the second Sunday of March and ends on the first Sunday of November.

For the year 2010 in the US and Canada:

SPRING FORWARD
Daylight Saving Time begins on March 14, 2010 - when you set the clocks ahead 1 hour.

FALL BACK
Daylight Saving Time ends on November 7, 2010 - when you set the clocks back 1 hour.

 Daylight Saving Time(DST) in EuropeMost countries in Europe, via the EU- European Union, follow a synchronized DST that lasts:
  • From the last Sunday of March
  • Until the last Sunday of October



The following DST schedule for 2010 applies to most countries in Europe:
  • DST annually starts at 1am (01:00) UTC on the last Sunday of March, for 2010 this is March 28.
  • DST ends at 1am (01:00) UTC on the last Sunday of October each year, for 2010 this is October 31.



(FYI Iceland does not observe DST)


Click on the Related Links below for DST in different parts of the world.
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