What is the time difference from Mexicali, Mexico to California? Is it any different?

What is the time difference from Mexicali, Mexico to California? Is it any different?

What is the time difference from Mexicali, Mexico to California? Is it any different?

slkusractMoshe

The same time as your house. Mexicali is on the opposite side of the border as Calexico, CA

slkusractJim2

It is 5:55 pm in Mexicali and the same time in L.A As you can see, they are both on GMT8 If there was a difference it was because Mexico kept saying Manana...Manana.. orale Manana si. si Manana My nieghbor took down his Christmas tree........In March!!

slkusractCucciola

The same

slkusractGulfportBob

Not right now, but there will be a one week at the changing of times where they will not match. In the spring it was 2 weeks that they did not match.

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