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Mexico Clock-Time Changes: Spring & Fall 2021

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This article explains the clock changes taking place in Mexico during 2021 Since 1996, Mexico has been adjusting its clocks in the spring and fall to account for Daylight Saving Time (DST). The states of Sonora and Quintana Roo won’t observe DST in 2021 The Mexican states of Sonora (bordering Arizona and New Mexico in…

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This article explains the clock changes taking place in Mexico during 2021

Since 1996, Mexico has been adjusting its clocks in the spring and fall to account for Daylight Saving Time (DST).

The states of Sonora and Quintana Roo won’t observe DST in 2021

The Mexican states of Sonora (bordering Arizona and New Mexico in the US) and Quintana Roo (which includes the popular resorts of Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, and the islands of Isla Mujeres and Cozumel) will not observe DST in 2021.

Spring Clock Changes in Mexico 2021
(“Spring Forward”)

The state of Baja California (not to be confused with Baja California Sur) and  Mexican cities immediately bordering the US (including Juárez, Reynosa, and Matamoros) clocks move forward one hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday March 14th, 2021.

DST in most of Mexico (except the states of Sonora and Quintana Roo) and the state of Baja California Sur will start on Sunday April 4th, 2021, when the clocks will be moved forward by one hour at 2 a.m.

Fall Clock Changes in Mexico 2021
(“Fall Back”)

DST in most of Mexico (except the states of Sonora and Quintana Roo) and Baja California Sur will end on Sunday October 31st 2021, when the clocks will be moved back again by one hour at 2 a.m.

The state of Baja California (not to be confused with Baja California Sur) and Mexican cities immediately bordering the US (including Juárez, Reynosa, and Matamoros) clocks move back one hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday November 7th, 2021.

Learn more about Mexico’s Four Time Zones

Note about US & European Clock Times

Mexico’s central clock-time change dates are not usually synchronized with U.S. or European clock-time change dates, so if you’re traveling or scheduling appointments between Mexico, the US and Europe this spring and fall, double-check your times, especially as flights and other public transportation systems always operate their schedules using local time.

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