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Spring time returns, on the night between Saturday and Sunday the hands move 60 minutes ahead
Written by SOT.COM.AL 24 Mars 2023
On the night between Saturday and Sunday (March 25-26) daylight saving time begins, the clock will go forward 60 minutes. The official moment of time change is exactly at 02:00, when the hands move 60 minutes forward to 03:00. Twice a year our clocks shift by an hour and people gain or lose an hour of sleep.
So you will sleep a little less, but on the other hand, the new regime will allow you to take advantage of the sun's rays until late, also thanks to the lengthening of the days that summer brings.
Changing the hands is a unified process in all European countries. Its change was established as European law in 1981. The European norm defines the start dates of summer time, where the hands move 60 minutes before and winter time when they turn 1 hour behind.
Changing the clock is aimed at saving electricity and using sunlight. After the spring equinox, the day begins to lengthen and reaches its peak on June 22, with 15 hours of day and only 9 hours of night.
This year, Sunday, March 26 marks the beginning of daylight saving time. From 1981, the time change was established, which includes all of Europe, where in many of its countries, the hands of the clock move 60 minutes forward. The European norm consistently determines the start dates of the summer time period, where the hands move 60 minutes ahead.