Central time is the most accurate time zone in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
It also gives us a good idea of when to expect the next storm.
But for a couple of reasons, it’s not always the time of day we should be looking for.
Illinois’ time zone is UTC -5, which is closer to the equator than Greenwich Mean Time, which gives us an approximate time to where people in the US might be.
The clock is always on the East Coast, but not always.
You can still find time in Greenwich and Greenwich Mean, which are a little bit closer to us than UTC -6.
In Illinois, it doesn’t matter how long you’re in the middle of nowhere.
You can find the time zones of all the US states on this handy Google map.
You need to be an Android device to access the Google time zone converter, but here’s the official one.
IlliniTimeZones.org is a place where you can find a handy map of Illinois time zones.
It’s free to download and use, but you’ll need a Google account.