On the night between 24 and 25 October, solar time returns, moving the clock hands back one hour, from 3:00 to 2:00.
The days will thus become shorter, there will be more light in the morning, it will get dark earlier and you will be able to sleep an hour longer than in the summer months.
However, this could be the last time, given that the possible abolition of the time change is still under discussion.
In fact, between July and August 2018, the European parliament approved the abolition of the obligation for the various member countries to pass from one hour to the other twice a year.
Each state will therefore be free to decide by April 2021 whether to adopt summer time, solar time forever or continue to change, as now.
Italy, on the other hand, wants to keep summer time six months and solar time for six months, as summer time allows you to turn on the lights an hour later, saving the Italians.
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