British Summer Time and European Daylight Saving Time both begin tomorrow morning, so our members in the UK, Ireland and most of Europe should change the setting in their profiles to "Currently Observing DST: Yes". Sadly this will not have any effect on the weather! Richard
Thanks Richard, and I have to say, I think the US/Canada has a more sensible (longer) period of daylight saving than Europe. I'd prefer it to be 12 months long but if we MUST lose it in the Winter, the European period is lop-sided and (Winter time) is a month too long.
November, December, January, February (or less) is all we need for "Winter" time in the northern hemisphere, March is pointless IMO, even in Scotland, and the US and Canada are closest to that.
Just a reminder that British Summer Time and European Daylight Saving Time both end tomorrow morning, Sunday 27 October 2013. Our members in the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe should change the DST setting in your profiles.
I see from the chart that Daylight Saving Time in most of the USA and Canada ends tomorrow morning, so our members there should change the DST setting in your profiles, unless you live in Arizona, Hawaii or Saskatchewan: