The timezone for a query can now be added to the end with something like
`TZ("America/Los_Angeles")` and it will localize the results of the
query to be in that timezone. The offset will automatically be set to
the offset for that timezone and offsets will automatically adjust for
daylight savings time so grouping by a day will result in a 25 hour day
once a year and a 23 hour day another day of the year.
The automatic adjustment of intervals for timezone offsets changing will
only happen if the group by period is greater than the timezone offset
would be. That means grouping by an hour or less will not be affected by
daylight savings time, but a 2 hour or 1 day interval will be.
The default timezone is UTC and existing queries are unaffected by this
When times are returned as strings (when `epoch=1` is not used), the
results will be returned using the requested timezone format in RFC3339
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