Summer is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. It is the warmest of them and is between spring and fall. Summer is characterized by longerdays and shorter nights.
The seasons begin at different times in different cultures based on astronomical or meteorological events. However, when summer occurs in the southern hemisphere's winter in thenorthern hemisphere and vice versa. As noted, the boreal summer can be when it occurs in the northern hemisphere or southern, when it occurs in the Southern Hemisphere.
Astronomically, the summersolstice (around December 21 the austral and the boreal June 21) marks the beginning of the season and the autumn equinox (around March 21 the austral and boreal 22-23 September ) 1 marks the end ofthat season, while culturally and meteorologically these dates mark the beginning of both. However, sometimes the summer is defined as all the months of December, January and February in the southernhemisphere and as all the months of June, July and August in the northern hemisphere.
Fall is one of the seasons. Astronomically, it begins with the autumnal equinox (20 or 21 March in the southernhemisphere and 22 or 23 September in the northern hemisphere) and ends with the winter solstice (around June 21 in the southern hemisphere and 21December in the northern hemisphere).
However, it issometimes regarded as the whole months of March, April and May in the Southern Hemisphere and September, October and November in the northern hemisphere.
In both hemispheres, autumn is the harvest...