What Zone is Boise, Idaho in?
Boise, Idaho is located in the Pacific Time Zone. This time zone is also known as the Mountain Time Zone, and it is one hour behind the Eastern Time Zone. The Pacific Time Zone is used by most of the western United States and Canada, including the states of California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana.
The Pacific Time Zone is also used by parts of Mexico, as well as some of the Caribbean Islands. It is the standard time zone used by many cities in the western United States, including Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, and Boise.
The Pacific Time Zone is divided into two parts, the Pacific Standard Time (PST) and the Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). During the summer months, the PDT is used, and during the winter months, the PST is used.
When Daylight Saving Time is in effect, the PDT is used from March to November, and the PST is used from November to March. In Boise, Idaho, the time is currently PDT, which is seven hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC-7).
For more information about the Pacific Time Zone, you can visit the Wikipedia page or the Time and Date website.