Daylight Saving Time Start in 2022 is on the Sunday, 13th of March (13/03/2022).
Daylight saving time (DST) is a practice to set clocks forward by one hour from standard time in the spring and set clocks back by one hour in autumn in order to return to standard time. This is done in order to extend daylight hours.
In the US, the Daylight saving time (DST) starts on the second Sunday in March every year. On this day, Americans will forward their clocks by an hour hence there will be one 23-hour day on the second Sunday in March in early spring. In this way, evenings will have more daylight and mornings will have less.
This idea of aligning waking hours to daylight hours, in order to preserve candle use and save money, was first proposed in 1784 by American scientist and inventor Benjamin Franklin. In 1907, British resident William Willett suggested the idea of Daylight saving time (DST) as a way to save energy but it was not adopted. However, in 1908 Port Arthur, Ontario and Canada started using DST. From the year 1970 onwards, many countries have started using DST at various times.
DST is not observed near the Equator, where sunrise and sunset times do not vary much.
|Saturday||January 01 2022||New Year's Day|
|Monday||January 17 2022||Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
|Monday||February 14 2022||Valentine's Day|
|Monday||February 21 2022||Presidents' Day|
|Sunday||March 13 2022||Daylight Saving Time Starts|
|Sunday||April 17 2022||Easter Sunday|
|Sunday||May 08 2022||Mother's Day|
|Monday||May 30 2022||Memorial Day|
|Sunday||June 19 2022||Juneteenth|
|Sunday||June 19 2022||Father's Day|
|Monday||July 04 2022||Independence Day|
|Monday||September 05 2022||Labor Day|
|Monday||October 10 2022||Columbus Day|
|Monday||October 31 2022||Halloween|
|Sunday||November 06 2022||Daylight Saving Time Ends|
|Friday||November 11 2022||Veterans Day|
|Thursday||November 24 2022||Thanksgiving Day|
|Sunday||December 25 2022||Christmas Day|