Daylight Savings Time
Daylight savings time (DST) is observed in Mexico in the same way that it is observed in most of the United States and Canada. The only difference is that most* Mexican states change their clocks anywhere from one week to a month before or after the rest of North America. For example, in the spring of 2014, DST begins on March 9th in the US/Canada and doesn't begin
until April 6th in Mexico. Then, in the fall, DST ends in Mexico on Oct. 26th and in the US/ Canada it ends on Nov. 2nd.
No matter where you are from,
if you are living here in San
Miguel and wondering when
you'll need to change your
clocks, the easiest solution is
to go here http://www.worldtimezone.com/
daylight.html , where you will
find an easy to read
international chart of DST
*Those that border the US are the exception.