Converting 11 pm PST to Swedish time can be a confusing task for those of you who don’t know the difference between the two time zones. For those who have a hard time converting between the two, you can use a time zone converter to make the conversion a bit easier. It will display the time differences visually. Here is a handy table of times from both PST and Stockholm time.
In 1879, Sweden standardized its time by following solar time that was 3 degrees west of the Observatory of Stockholm. This was 1 hour and 14 seconds ahead of Greenwich Mean Time, which was the world’s standard. In 1900, Sweden turned back the clocks by 14 seconds, making local time one hour ahead of GMT. Since then, Sweden has used the same time zone. Although there may be slight differences between time zones, it is easy to tell the difference using the time converter on your mobile phone.