Daylight Savings Time for Sweden and most of Europe – Winter 2011

Daylight Savings Time DST - Big ClocksIt’s that time of year again peeps. As I said when I posted about setting your clocks forward one hour a while back I am finally, 32 years of age, starting to remember in what direction to turn the clock. Now it’s just about remembering on what date.

So here it is *drum roll* (click READ MORE!):

 

On Sunday, the 30th of October 2011 at about 03:00, set your clock back one hour to 02:00.

 

For those of you who are still having issues with what direction to turn the clock, here is another phrase to remember it by. Apparently it has been around since the early 20th century but it is new to the Swede writing this:

 

“Spring forward, fall back”

 

Read more about DST, ways to remember and which countries are affected here: http://www.timeanddate.com/time/dst/2011b.html

 

 

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