Spain's national weather agency Aemet has forecast that from 6 March temperatures will rise, especially in the Mediterranean area. However, officially, winter will not give way to spring until 20 March and this month will also see a time change to make the most of the daylight hours.
This year the time will be brought forward by sixty minutes on Sunday 26 March at 2am; in the Canary Islands, which are one hour behind mainland Spain, this time change will occur one hour earlier.
In recent years, the usefulness of the twice-yearly time changes has been questioned from various quarters, especially by the national commission for the rationalisation of spanish timetables, a non-profit organisation which was set up in 2003.
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