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The Mountain Time of North America is the time arrived at by subtracting seven hours from the Coordinated Universal Time during the shortest days in autumn and winter. During this time, Mountain Time is known as Mountain Standard Time (MST), which is UTC – 7.What state is in Mountain Standard Time?
The Mountain Time Zone includes the states of Arizona*, Colorado, part of Idaho, part of Kansas, Montana, part of Nebraska, New Mexico, part of North Dakota, part of Oregon, part of South Dakota, part of Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. Most of Arizona does not observe daylight saving time.When is Mountain Standard Time?
Currently, 'United States Mountain Standard Time' (MST) is the standard time within Colorado, except during the period of daylight saving time (i.e., the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November) when time is advanced one hour. The bill exempts the state from observing daylight saving time, making MST the standard time year-round.Where is Mountain Standard Time?
Mountain Time Zone. Specifically, it is Mountain Standard Time ( MST) when observing standard time, and Mountain Daylight Time ( MDT) when observing daylight saving time. The term refers to how the Rocky Mountains, which range from northwestern Canada to the US state of New Mexico, are located almost entirely in the time zone.