DST in 2019: When to “spring forward” into daylight saving time

Daylight saving time (DST) begins:  Sunday, March 10th, 2019.

When will DST end (return to standard time)?

2019 Countdown to Spring

A few interesting DST tidbits

Brief history of daylight saving time


When to set your clocks ahead one hour ("spring forward") for DST in 2019

When to set your clocks ahead one hour (“spring forward”) for DST in 2019


What is the Annual Duration of Daylight Saving Time?

Answer: We spend 65% of the year, or 238 days, in DST. The longest duration was 1,329 days during World War II. Going forward, barring future changes to DST by any state/federal legislative action, the duration of daylight saving will always be the same.

Time Change Calendar (through 2029)

The table below contains the start and end dates of daylight saving time each year through 2029.
Note: DST always begins and ends on a Sunday at 2:00 am local time.

YearDST StartDST End
2017March 12, 2:00 amNovember 5, 2:00 am
2018March 11, 2:00 amNovember 4, 2:00 am
2019March 10, 2:00 amNovember 3, 2:00 am
2020March 8, 2:00 amNovember 1, 2:00 am
2021March 14, 2:00 amNovember 7, 2:00 am
2022March 13, 2:00 amNovember 6, 2:00 am
2023March 12, 2:00 amNovember 5, 2:00 am
2024March 10, 2:00 amNovember 3, 2:00 am
2025March 9, 2:00 amNovember 2, 2:00 am
2026March 8, 2:00 amNovember 1, 2:00 am
2027March 14, 2:00 amNovember 7, 2:00 am
2028March 12, 2:00 amNovember 5, 2:00 am
2029March 11, 2:00 amNovember 4, 2:00 am

Learn about the history of daylight saving time

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