Does USPS package tracking change timezones?

Say, for instance, I'm mailing a package from New York to California. Let's also say the tracking says that the package arrived in California at 11:00 a.m.

Is that 11:00 a.m. my time (meaning it arrived in CA at 8:00 a.m.)? Or does it mean the tracking changed timezones and the package actually arrived at

Say, for instance, I'm mailing a package from New York to California. Let's also say the tracking says that the package arrived in California at 11:00 a.m.

Is that 11:00 a.m. my time (meaning it arrived in CA at 8:00 a.m.)? Or does it mean the tracking changed timezones and the package actually arrived at 11:00 a.m. West Coast time?

Other answer:

Mike:
The online tracking will update to local time received since the package was tracked and scan in that particular timezone.

So, "In California at 11:00am" is 11:00 PST (local time) and -3 hours from Eastern Standard Time, or your local time in New York. It's 2:00 pm your time when that package arrived.

Am0S:
The time reported is local time at that location where the package has arrived or just left. It doesn't translate to your local time zone.
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Elaine M:
The time recorded at the state would be the local time, which would accomodate the timezones.
WRG:
It shows the time zone of where the package is.
Bob:
local time

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