Autumn and Spring

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The different seasons are observed where the temperature and climate change every three months, affecting the vegetation and the environment.

The change of seasons has to do with the fact that the earth orbits and revolves around the sun. As a result, the seasons are different in the northern and southern hemispheres.

Astrological Seasons

Astrological seasons are completely mechanical, and the variations in the seasons correspond very precisely to the points at which the earth revolves around the sun.

Meteorological Seasons

A Meteorological season is a three-month (or four-month) break in which temperatures are distinct. Thus, summer corresponds to the hottest three months of the year and winter to the coldest three months. Spring corresponds to the three-month transition period from winter to summer, and fall corresponds to the transition period from summer to winter.

The weather forecast seasons allow scientists to determine statistical data about temperature and climate phenomena.

The Meteorological forecast season begins on the first day of each season.

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