Seasonal Dynamics: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter

Spring offers warmer weather, flowers, and trees. Days lengthen as daylight increases, and animals breed and nest.

Summer is the season of longest days and maximum temperatures and robust growth. Many animals and plants thrive. Outdoor activities and holidays are popular.

Autumn: Leaves fall, creating a brilliant tapestry as temperatures drop. Autumn brings harvests of mature fruits and crops. Animals store food or migrate for winter as days decrease.

Snowfall, fewer days, and cooler temperatures characterize winter. Many plants and animals hibernate or adapt to the cold. Winter is quiet and reflective, but holidays bring joy.

sunshine: Seasonal fluctuations in sunshine angle and duration are caused by the Earth's tilt relative to its orbit around the sun.

Weather patterns include spring rain and thunderstorms, summer heatwaves, fall cool breezes, and winter cold fronts with snow.

Seasonal festivities, festivals, and events reflect cultural and traditional significance.

To adapt to the changing seasons, plants and animals have evolved flowering and fruiting patterns, migration, and hibernation.

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