| The state of Oklahoma is located in the Central Time Zone (CST), which is six hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). It’s one hour ahead of Eastern Time (EST), New York, and two hours ahead of Pacific Time (PST), Los Angeles.
Oklahoma is located in the central time zone of the United States (USA). Central United States Standard Time (CST) is 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT6). One city (Kenton, OK) has Mountain Time.
Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK is in the Central Time Zone.
Oklahoma Time Current Oklahoma Time Daylight Saving TimeOklahoma local time detailsTime Zone Abbreviations Central Standard Time is abbreviated as CST. Central Daylight Time is abbreviated as CDT. abbreviated
|DST end time||Oklahoma DST ends at 02:00 local time on Sunday, November 1, 2020.|
Two hours separate central time from Pacific time, two hours before central time. In official terminology, the central time zone is UTC06, which means that the time in the central time zone is six hours behind Coordinated Universal Time. The Pacific time zone is UTC08.
Oklahoma includes areas 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b and a small pocket of 8a in the southeastern part of the state. Knowing which area you live in is helpful information for both novice and experienced gardeners.
From east to west are Atlantic Standard Time (AST), Eastern Standard Time (EST), Central Standard Time (CST), Mountain Standard Time (MST), Pacific Standard Time (PST), Alaska Standard Time (AKST), Hawaii Standard Time Aleutian Standard Time (HST), Samoa Standard Time (UTC11) and Chamorro Standard Time (UTC +10).
The central time zone is an area 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT6) (called CST) in the winter months and 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT5) in the winter months. At all other times, solar time applies.
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