Map of United States Time Zones

Alaska Standard Time Atlantic Standard Time Chamorro Standard Time Central Standard Time Eastern Standard Time
Hawaii–Aleutian Standard Time Mountain Standard Time Pacific Standard Time American Samoa Standard Time

List of Time Zones in the United States

Map KeyTime Zone NameTime Zone AbbreviationGMT OffsetCurrent Local Time
Alaska Standard TimeAKST-9
Atlantic Standard TimeAST-4
Chamorro Standard TimeChST10
Central Standard TimeCST-6
Central Standard Time (Unofficial)CST-6
Eastern Standard TimeEST-5
Eastern Standard Time (Unofficial)EST-5
Hawaii–Aleutian Standard TimeHST-10
Mountain Standard TimeMST-7
Mountain Standard Time (Unofficial)MST-7
Pacific Standard TimePST-8
American Samoa Standard TimeSST-11

Overview of Time Zones in the United States

The United States is covered by six timezones, four in the Continental states and two more in Hawaii and Alaska. Including the territories of the United States there are a total of 10 timezones. The United States follows Daylight Savings Time from March to November with the exception of Arizona and Hawaii. The United States is currently observing Standard Time.There are several states that have more than one time zone:

  • Alaska
  • Florida
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Michigan
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • North Dakota
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Washington

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