The four seasons of the year are winter, spring, summer and autumn. Each of these seasons occur depending on the Earth's position in its orbit and the tilt of the planet as it moves through its orbit. More »

Seasonal changes occur due to differences in tilt along the Earth's axis. The Earth's axis, although a straight line, never stands directly vertical. The Earth tilts as it orbits the sun, which in turn exposes some parts... More »

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The seasons occur because of Earth's tilt on its axis. The axial tilt of 23.5 degrees from the vertical axis influences how much sunlight the northern and southern hemispheres receive relative to one another. This in tur... More »

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The four seasons are winter, followed by spring, which is followed by summer and then autumn. After autumn comes another winter, and the cycle repeats although it can begin with any season, not just winter. More »

The four seasons are spring, summer, fall and winter. The seasons change automatically throughout the year. Each season is characterized by its own unique weather patterns. More »

According to NASA Spaceplace, the Earth has its seasons, formally understood as weather and climate patterns, of winter, spring, summer and fall because the planet’s axis is tilted at an angle from the plane of orbit aro... More »

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The scientific adjectives of the four calendar-based seasons are vernal for spring, estival for summer, autumnal for autumn and hibernal for winter. There are also two distinct adjectives for temperate climate regions, a... More »