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Autumn is such a pretty time which is one of my favorite season. Our winter lasts too long and is too cold. Our spring is too rainy and cold. Our summer is really hot and has to much bad thunderstorms with dangerous lightning.
A year ago we had a tornado with frisbie size hail. We didn't even know of the tornado warning because our power went out and we didn't even hear the siren going off as in who could with all that thundering/pounding on the side of the outside.
During that time my brother was at the golf course his car had tons of holes from the hail on it.
The year before two people got struck by lightning.
All scary stuff indeed I enjoy the summertime for sleep in and hanging out with my boy. We love the fair/carnival time.
It always scares me when I see the tornadoes & thunder/lightning storms you guys have over there... Our seasons are all fairly mild... Autumn isn't too cold.. Winter gets cold but it rarely gets below 0c during the day, Spring is warm, Summer is warm-hot - usually the hottest month is February, which is our last month of Summer.
THIS year our Summer is very very mild, we've only had a few days where it has gotten past 25c
When I was living in Southern Cali it rarely had any thunderstorms but a quite few earthquakes but if you live near a airport and a train track the apartment would be shaking nearly all the time so when they had one that was near a 4 I was like did I feel one ?
I find it interesting of different countries having opposite seasons. As when your summer ends and your fall begins we will be close to spring.