I was born and raised in a city in the Northern Hemisphere. Not barely north of the equator, but Seattle. Yes, just south of Canada. Seattle is temperate in comparison to places like Boston, New York (which Seattle is north of latitudinally) or even Paris to some extent which is on the same latitude. Until a couple years ago it was rare to get snow in the city though we always got it in the mountains. Spring usually starts in March and lasts until June, summer when it's sunny daily and warm bordering on hot is from July to mid September, autumn is usually short running form Sept to October when the cold rain sets in for the winter. Maybe not textbooks three month seasons with obvious differentiation, but enough to know when was what.
|Courtesy of blog.proud-geek.com. See how far north we are?|
|Courtesy of news.sky.com. We've gone from this. . .|
|Courtesy of frtim.wordpress.com. To this!|