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After the end of summer, the so-called normal time will again be in effect for five months

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Normal time applies again from now on

Daylight saving time is over on Sunday night: Clocks are rolled back from 3 a.m. to 2 a.m. The so-called normal time applies to the next five months. This means the light is back early again – and it’s dark early in the evening.

The clocks were turned back an hour on Sunday night. The so-called standard time is now valid for five months.

Normal time applies again in Switzerland. At 3:00 a.m. on Sunday, the clocks were turned back one hour from daylight saving time to Central European Time. This made the night longer by an hour. With the change of time, it is now lighter in the early morning and darker in the evening.

Regarding the change of time in the fall, it is often said that the clocks change from summer time to winter time at the end of October. According to the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (Metas), there is only standard time and daylight saving time. The standard time in Switzerland has been Central European Time for a good 125 years.