How are the summer and winter seasons most like and unlike the weather where you live?

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    • #95337558

      Summer months, high pressure, sunny, high humidity but little rain. Winter months, low pressure, cloudy, rain some snow, more rain.

    • #95335087

      I live in Kentucky in the Ohio River Valley so I am able to enjoy all four seasons but usually the winter is not full of a lot of snow but can be quite cold and summers are usually very hot and can have high humidity so I tend to like spring and fall best because the temperatures are most comfortable during those two seasons but spring can have lots of rain.

    • #95319279

      The Summer season is the season where things come to life in NYC! It is very hot and the humidity is quite high. Travel is at an all time high within the City and the farmer’s markets are open, with their fare on display. It is not particularly rainy during the Summer. Fall is the season for rain. The Winters can be harsh and intensely cold just before the transitional point, i.e. the point that is not yet Spring, but clearly not Winter. The transitions are the hardest and most unpredictable here as well. We experience quite a few storms in the transitional periods, with temperatures up and down, until things stabilize in the new season. In Ancient Israel, much like Israel today, the Summer was the season where things slowed and water collection increased because it was rainy season. Winter was the opposite, with trade up and about, military operations in full swing.

    • #95310287

      Their summers are much cooler.
      We have high humidity in the summer like they do.
      Summer is when we usually have our strongest storms.
      Summer here is when most of the farming is done where I live.
      Summer is hurricane season here.
      Our winters are milder and with less rain.
      We get less snow than they do.
      Most of the crops have already been gathered.
      Our rainfall is usually more spread out over the whole year than in the Promise Land and close areas receive about the same amount of rain unlike in the Promised Land..

    • #95308756

      They say we have four seasons in Texas: almost summer, summer, a little more summer, and Christmas which is discernible by our yard art not by the weather.

      Our temps range from 64 degrees in January on a steady climb to a peak of 110 in August and right back down the staircase to 64 come December. We only average an inch of rain a month but we have frequent droughts. Occasionally we see a freak cold wave that brings a spurt of snow. Our winds seem to come from nowhere bringing slight breezes to those winds that knock down tree limbs.

    • #95301853

      Florida seems to also only have two seasons but our temperatures are about 10 degrees hotter in both summer and winter. We get rain mostly between July and December

    • #95300871

      We have four seasons–spring, summer, fall and winter.

      Summer is warm and sunny mostly. We have rainfall and plant during this time. This is vacation time also.

      Winter is cold and snowy. No planting or harvesting.

      We have wind in both seasons.

    • #95288997

      We have four seasons here in Delaware-Southern Philadelphia. Spring starts near the end of March, but frost at night is still possible until May. Flowers begin to bloom. April showers bring May flower as it is. Great season for flowers and great season for allergists. Summer is hot and humid. The fall is ideal. Cool air, clear sky with Canadian breeze is great. However as the fall progress, hurricane from the south sometime getting close to southern Delaware, but they are nothing but bringing a lot or rain. Winter come gently. We have about two snow storm a year, which is the resulting of a Northeaster. Moisture from Atlantic ocean keep circulating up north and back to the west to meet with artic air causing long snow storm.
      I like spring and the fall the most. When winter comes, we go to California to get the warmer weather.

    • #95280043

      They are very dissimilar. Summer is not continuous warmth and sunshine. Although temperatures are higher than the winter months, several days of sunshine are easily followed by a thunderstorm and there is usually a regular amount of rain throughout the summer. Growing is all year round depending on the produce, although we do also import a lot of produce for which we don’t have the appropriate weather. Winters can be mild as well as very cold. It’s not always totally predictable.

    • #95278062

      Our summer months are our growing season, not winter. While our weather is hot and humid, we do not have sea breezes to cool us off.
      Instead of wet and dry seasons, we have precipitation all year long.
      Our winters are colder and nothing grows during that time. We have much more snow than rain in our winter months.

    • #125659

      I live in the tropical area, and we have only two seasons, dry and wet seasons, and we get sunshine throughout the year like the summer season in Israel.

      Unlike Israel, we don’t get strong winds in the Winter season as our place is known as “the land below the wind. “However, occasionally, we experience strong wind resulting from the “typhoon” in the neighboring countries.

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