Daylight Saving Time for the year 2010 starts on Sunday, March 14th and ends on Sunday, November 7th for the Northern Hemisphere* and starts on Sunday, October 3rd and ends on Sunday, April 4th for Southern Hemisphere*.
Daylight saving time is the process of advancing our clocks one hour forward in Spring and back one hour in Autumn. As the old saying goes "Spring forward" and "Fall back" helps us remember how to change our clocks. This is done to allow for more hours of daylight thus more overall productivity and some claim it saves energy by populations using less light but others disagree. As of recent there is debate on the overall benefits vs. the drawbacks of DST.
More information on Daylight Saving Time.
(Details on Northern and Southern Hemisphere for Daylight Saving Time)
|Daylight Saving Time|
|Name(s):||Daylight Saving Time|
|When:||Spring one hour forward, Fall one hour back|
How many days to start Daylight Saving Time 2010?
Sunday, March 14th is the 72 day of the 2010 calendar year with -8 years, -8 months, -4 days until the start of Daylight Saving Time 2010 in Northern Hemisphere (*Denver, USA).
Sunday, October 3rd is the 275 day of the 2010 calendar year with -8 years, -1 month, -15 days until the start of Daylight Saving Time 2010 in Southern Hemisphere (*Sydney, Australia).