Mountain Time Now
The Mountain Standard Time (MST) is a time zone in use during the standard time in North America. It is 7 hours behind the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). It is mostly referred to as the Mountain Time Zone. There are other regions which use the Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) in the summer because they observe daylight saving time or summer time during this season.
Most regions in North America and Canadian provinces or territories use the Mountain Standard Time during winter (MST) and Mountain Daylight Time during summer (MDT). Some of the cities in North America observing this practice include Colorado, Utah, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Idaho and much more.
The Mexican States that use the MDT in summer and MST in winter include Baja California Sur, Sinaloa, Chihuahua, and Nayarit. Sonora is the only Mexican state that uses the Mountain Standard Time (MST) all year.
Arizona is a state in the US that operates with MST throughout the year. There are also other Canadian provinces and territories that do not switch between the Mountain Standard Time and Mountain Daylight Time. They tend to stick with MST all year. Other time zones in UTC-7 include Tango Time Zone (T) and Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).