Current Pdt TimeActual Pdt time
PDT-Pacific Daylight Time (abbreviation for time zones)
The Pacific daylight time (PDT) is 7 h behind the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). It is a DST timezone and is used in : Often referred to as Pacific daylight time. It is a DST time area, in winters some places change to the corresponding time area: the time zones are the same as the default:
Pacific Standard Time (PST). A mail sent by someone in the Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) time zones contains the time region in the e-mail header with "-0700". However, "-0700" does not have to be in Pacific Daylight Time, as other time regions may have the same setpoint.
US states that use PDT in summers and PST in winters: Canada provinces/territories using PDT in sommer and PST in winter: Mexico uses PDT in summers and PST in winters: There are some time zone that have the same offsets as PDT but can be found under a different name: ? 17 ? 2018 ?
Daylight Pacific Time Zone - PDT
The Pacific Daylight Time is seven hrs behind the Coordinated Universal Time standard, expressed as an off-set of 7:00 a. m. below CET. This means that in order to find the default time in the area, you must deduct seven consecutive hour from the Coordinated World Time. Areas that observe the time zones are mainly located in North America. The route also runs through Canada in the north and Mexico in the south.
It may be referred to as one of these extra time zones, according to where the time zones are referred to: Many of the areas where this time zones are used use Pacific Standard Time (PST) in the autumn and fall and then Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) in the summertime changeover (spring to summertime).