Central Time refers to the time observed in parts of North America, Europe or Australia:
- North America, including part of Mexico
- Central Standard Time - November to March (cold months)
- Central Daylight Time - March to November (warm months)
- Central European Time and Central European Summer Time
- Australian Central Time, including Australian Central Standard Time and Australian Central Daylight Time, see Time in Australia
Other articles related to "central time, central, time":
... Spencer, Vanderburgh, and Warrick—observed Central Daylight Time ... Dubois, Knox, Martin, Perry and Pike since 1982—observed a year-round Eastern Standard Time as did much of the rest of the state ... that would put the counties on Eastern Time onto Eastern Daylight Time ...
... Data for Mexico from zone.tab in the IANA time zone database ... UTC offset UTC offset DST Notes MX +1924-09909 America/Mexico_City Central Time - most locations −0600 UTC-0500 MX +2105-08646 America/Cancun Central Time - Quintana Roo −0600 UTC-0500 MX +205 ...
... Daylight saving time (DST) is in effect in much of the Central time zone between mid-March and early November ... The modified time is called Central Daylight Time (CDT) and is UTC−5 ... In Canada, Saskatchewan does not observe a time change ...
... Most of Mexico--roughly the eastern three-fourths--lies in the Central Time Zone, with six of the northwestern states being exceptions Baja California Norte, Baja California Sur ... The states of Mexico that observe Central Time in their entireties Aguascalientes Campeche Coahuila Colima Chiapas Durango Guanajuato Guerrero Hidalgo Jalisco Mexico Michoacán Morelos Nuevo León Oaxaca Puebla ... Nayarit, however, only the municipality of Bahia de Banderas uses Central Time ...
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