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|PST||Friday, September 18|
|MST||Friday, September 18|
|CST||Friday, September 18|
|EST||Friday, September 18|
|Alaska||Friday, September 18|
|Hawaii||Friday, September 18|
Pacific Standard Time (PST) also known as The Pacific Time Zone (PT in The US and Canada) is observed in the Western states of the United States. During daylight saving time PDT (Pacific Daylight Time) is observed instead, with the time zone offset of UTC/GMT-7.US states using PST:
California and Washington.
Three US states use both PST and MST: Idaho, Nevada and Oregon.
Alaska is split between the PST and the Alaska Time Zone.
Central Standard Time (CST) is also known as The Central Time Zone (CT in The United States and Canada). During daylight saving time CDT (Central Daylight Time) is observed instead, with the time zone offset of UTC/GMT-5.US states using CST:
Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri and Wisconsin.
Six US states use both CST and MST: Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas.
Five US states use both CST and EST: Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee.
Eastern Standard Time (EST) also known as The Eastern Time Zone (ET in The US and Canada) is observed in the eastern states of the US. During daylight saving time EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) is observed instead, with the time zone offset of UTC/GMT-4.US states using EST:
Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.
Five US states use both EST and CST: Tennessee, Michigan, Florida, Indiana and Kentucky.