Sunday (27 March) starts daylight saving time.

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Daylight Saving Time 2022 begins on Sunday, 27. March 2022.

The time change is always a hotly debated topic. Does it make sense? Or should it be abolished? Opinions on the subject differ widely. However, what is clear is that we will soon be turning the clock again. It will be switched to daylight saving time.

A mnemonic is particularly popular for remembering whether the time is set forward or back in spring. “In spring, you put the garden furniture outside the door; in autumn, you put it back in the shed.” In plain language, time is set forward in spring. What happens this year from the night of Saturday, 26 March, to Sunday, 27 March. 2022? The clocks will be set forward one hour – from 2 to 3 o’clock. The bottom line is that this will rob us of an hour’s sleep.

At the end of March, the time change marks the end of wintertime (CET), also known as standard time. Summertime (CEST) begins. The rhythm for the time change is as follows: The clocks are set forward on the last Sunday in March. On the last Sunday in October, they are set back.

One effect of daylight saving time that the time change in March 2022 brings is that early risers will have to wait longer for the first rays of sunshine, but the sun shines longer in the evening.

By the way, the time change in the EU should have been history long ago. In 2018, the then EU Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker announced: “The time change should be abolished.” First, the end was planned for 2019, then for 2021. However, the 27 EU member states have not yet clarified whether they want endless summer or winter time – opinions differ widely on this question.

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