WorldTimeServer.com announces Daylight Saving Time Starts This Weekend in the US

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Spring forward is here. All locations in the United States that recognize Daylight Saving Time (DST) will adjust their clocks on Sunday March 14th at 2:00am. A leading tracker of all daylight saving time adjustments in every country around the world, WorldTimeServer.com reminds everyone in the United States to adjust their clocks this weekend.

Often pronounced Daylight Savings Time, the semiannual adjusting of the clocks has arrived for the Spring.

US time zones will "Spring Forward" one hour at 2:00am on Sunday March 14th.

You can find more details about when DST will start in the US and around the world here --> https://www.worldtimeserver.com/learn/when-does-daylight-saving-time-start-in-2021/

In addition to DST reminders, WorldTimeServer.com also offers the following tips to handle sleep and mood changes related to the time change here --> https://www.worldtimeserver.com/learn/how-to-recover-from-daylight-saving-time-change-7-effective-tips/

Not all locations in the United States will change clocks this weekend. This includes parts of Arizona and all of Hawaii.

For more information on Daylight Saving Time, refer to our DST resource page here --> https://www.worldtimeserver.com/daylight_saving_time.aspx

WorldTimeServer.com provides daylight saving time information for locations around the world. The time zone database is used by many Fortune 500 companies to provide accurate time within their software applications. Founded in 1998, WorldTimeServer.com is a leading source of time zone changes.

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