The end of summer schedule and the change of the clock creates confusion from year to year, as it is difficult to remember if you must be late or early one hour. Here we give you the answer: Daylight saving time ends at 02:00 on SunMonday, October 25, at which time the winter schedule will begin, which will end until the same time on April 4, 2021.
That is to say, the winter schedule 2020 will last approximately half a year. The main purpose of the ending daylight saving time is to take advantage of natural light to carry out our daily activities.
Is the clock fast or slow in winter time?
On October 25, you will have to turn your clock back one hour, that is, at 02:00 hours you will have to change to 01:00 hours, so the day will last one hour longer than normal. We advise you to make the change from the moment you go to sleep, so that as soon as you wake up you already have your clocks at the correct time.
The time change in Mexico has been in effect since 1996 in order to take advantage of natural energy.
Time change: origin and history
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New Zealand entomologist George Hudson was the first to formally propose a time change. In 1895, the insect hobbyist submitted an essay to the Wellington Philosophical Society to make a two-hour shift to make better use of sunlight.
Like him, there were others in England and America who asked for something similar, but it wasn’t until years later that the model was adopted. The first city to adopt the time change was Port Arthur, Ontario in 1908, and the German Empire was the first nation-state to adopt this measure during World War I.
On April 30, 1916, he called for clocks to be advanced as a carbon-saving measure that would serve in warfare instead of lighting. During this time, the measure was temporary. In World War II, time change was re-adopted to be a form of energy saving.
Thus, it was how several countries around the world began to follow in the footsteps of the powers and finally it remained as a permanent measure. In Mexico, summer time was adopted in 1996 with the aim of keeping up with the time of the United States and not affecting commerce or tourism. So it had to be changed twice a year.