Summer has the warmest temperature of all four seasons. It usually occurs during the months of June, July and August. Most schools and various jobs use this season to take a break for the advantage of longer days and warm weather. The smell of sun-tan lotion at the pool or beach, the smell of barbeques, smoke, and summer breeze fill the air. The sounds of kids playing outside with their bikes, jump ropes, and birds chirping are heard throughout the day. The feeling of the hot sun beating down my neck and shoulders, the feeling of heat waves from outside and all the way through my house as a result of no A/C is generally my experience of summer. Tasting summer fruits such as watermelon, peaches, strawberries and lemonade while hearing gunshots and firecrackers outside is a daily routine for my summer.
Winter is the opposite of summer; the coldest temperature of all four seasons. It usually occurs during the months of December, January and February. Winter is normally a time for celebrating holidays such as Christmas and it also brings in the New Year. One can expect to see people wearing the usual hats, scarves, North Faces, boots and gloves. I spend my winters listening to outside’s quiet stillness from snow being on the ground. Snow plows are heard every morning and night, while heat is constantly flowing throughout the house. I love the feeling of cool breezed and wind pushed against you as you feel the snow crunching beneath your feet. Winter is popular for the taste of hot cocoa and holiday food as well as the smell of smoke from a fire place or woodstove.
Although these two seasons are incredibly different they are also related in loads of different ways. Similarities between summer and winter are that they both have extreme temperatures, daylight savings, and sports which fit the season. Summer and winter are like night and day, totally opposites from each other in weather. Summer is exceedingly warm while winter is frigid. The days of summer are also...
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