Weather and Human Behavior

In a physical environment that experiences the four seasons of the weather, change of human behavior is observed in every season (Nelson 91). For example, in Canada, there are four seasons that include spring, summer, fall, and winter. The weather condition varies across Canada every season. Canada is situated in the northern part of the United States. Though it is not among the countries in the north that experience very cold weather. The country’s weather is mild.

In a country that experiences the four seasons, the weather conditions change throughout the year. The spring season is experienced from March to May. This is the season when the snow begins to melt. During this period, it rains a lot. The days tend to become warmer and longer, and the nights tend to be cool. The weather is not as cold as the winter season, but it is not as hot as in summer.

The summer season starts from June to August. The temperatures during the day are usually above 20 degrees Celsius. The temperature can get hotter to about 30 degrees Celsius or higher. During July, the weather continues to become hotter to around the month of August.

The other season is autumn. It is expected in the month of September to November. It is the shortest season of the year. The days appear to become clearly shorter. The weather can be rainy or dry depending on the year. The first frosts may appear during this season. The beautiful green color of the environment may start turning into brownish. This is because the tree leaves dry out before they fall out of the tree.

The winter season may start in December. During this season, the temperature becomes very low. The days and nights become very cold. The daytime temperature sometimes is below zero degrees Celsius. The Winter season is the longest season of the year. This temperature is made harsh may the winds that make the weather even colder.

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Started by Lily Johnson at October 28, 2020 - 10:29 AM