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In the Midwest every season is very different and distinct from the others Spring lasts throughout the months of March April and May Summer consists of the months June July and August Fall covers September October and November Winter takes place in December January and February The weather is the major difference in the seasons Three of the four seasons are very nice and enjoyable Then the winter hits and it is very cold and dreary The cold dark days of winter are followed by the blooming of spring The spring transitions into the hot dry days of summer Summer then finds relief in the cool crisp days of fall The seasons characteristics determine when we plant and harvest crops and when the school year starts and ends Spring is a time of growth renewal and new life for both plant and animal Hibernation ends and life begins again The birds will start building nests newborn lambs will be delivered and flowers will start to grow Many animals are coming into the world for the first time During the spring the sun rises earlier in the morning and sets later in the afternoon The weather will vary Some days it may rain be nice enough to play outside or be cold enough to snow Wind is a normal occurrence in the spring time Tornado and thunderstorm season takes place during the spring The spring time is often related with the Easter holidaySummer is the season that most people look forward to the most It is the warmest of the four temperate seasons Days are the longest in the summer since the sun rises early in the morning and sets late in the evening The birds chirp loudly in the mornings During the summer it is possible to spot a variety of animals out roaming around The weather gets extremely nice The weather and the ending of the school year make it possible to go
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