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Timezone and DST in the Bermudas

Timezones are always computed by their difference to UTC, the "Universal Time Coordinated". In the Bermudas exists only a single tonezone at UTC-4. E.g. Los Angeles is currently at UTC-7 in Pacific Time, so the time difference between LA and Bermuda is 3 hours.

They have a nationwide clock change from standard time to daylight saving time, where the clocks are switched forward by 1 hour in summer.

The next clock change in Bermuda will be on November 06th, 2022 at 2:00 to standard time.


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Only 1 nationwide time zone

UTC-4
Standard time:Atlantic Standard Time (AST)
Daylight saving time:Atlantic Daylight Time (ADT)


The Bermudas have an east-west extent of 0.10 degrees longitude. Given the country's location in North America, this corresponds to about 10 kilometers. With such a small extent the course of the sun at different positions in the country hardly matters. The position of the sun in the west of the country deviates from that in the east only about 25 seconds. This means the sun rises and sets 25 seconds later in the west than in the east.
Timezones

The next clock changes in the Bermudas

DateLocal timeChange
Nov 06, 20222:00 am-1 hour to standard time
Mar 12, 20232:00 am+1 hour to daylight saving time
Nov 05, 20232:00 am-1 hour to standard time
Mar 10, 20242:00 am+1 hour to daylight saving time
Nov 03, 20242:00 am-1 hour to standard time
Mar 09, 20252:00 am+1 hour to daylight saving time
Nov 02, 20252:00 am-1 hour to standard time
Mar 08, 20262:00 am+1 hour to daylight saving time
Nov 01, 20262:00 am-1 hour to standard time

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