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Title: SEASONS AND WEATHER


1
SEASONS AND WEATHER
  • Reznikova Ann

2
WINTER
  • Winter is the coldest season of the year. The
    winter months are December, January and February.
    The winter days are short and gloomy. It often
    snows and it freezes. Winter is a very beautiful
    season. Some people like it very much. It is
    pleasant to walk when it is not very cold and it
    snows. The ground is covered with snow. The trees
    and the roofs white with snow too.

3
SPRING
  • March, April and May are spring months. Spring is
    the most pleasant of all the seasons of the year.
    The weather is getting warmer and warmer,
    everything changes and seems to revive. The trees
    begin to bud. Sometimes it rains, but there are
    no rough the sun shines brightly. The grass is
    green and one can see a lot of flowers peeping
    out from it. In spring all the migratory birds
    return. They sing sweetly on the branches of the
    trees.

4
SUMMER
  • The summer months are June, July and August.
    Summer is the hottest season of the year. The
    days are longest in summer. The longest day of
    the year is the 22nd of June. Some people like
    summer best of all. All of us enjoys summer with
    its cloudless sunshine, with its gardens and
    meadows full of flowers. There as a lot of fruit
    and vegetables at that time. In summer many
    people leave town and spend the hottest time in
    the country or at the seaside.

5
AUTUMN
  • After summer autumn comes. The autumn months are
    September, October and November. The warm days of
    early autumn are called the Indian Summer or
    the Golden Autumn. The Golden Autumn is
    really beautiful with its yellow, red and brown
    trees and golden leaves falling down. Autumn is
    the season of fruit and vegetables. But the days
    become shorter and the nights longer and darker.
    The weather is not so good as in spring and in
    summer. It often rains and the air gets colder
    and colder.

6
DIFFERENT KINDS OF WEATHER
  • A thunderstorm
  • A snowfall
  • Fog
  • A waterspout

7
A THUNDERSTORM
  • A thunderstorm, also known as an electrical storm
    or a lightning storm, is a form of weather
    characterized by the presence of lightning and
    its effect thunder. It is usually accompanied by
    heavy rain and sometimes snow, hail, or no
    precipitation at all. Thunderstorms may line up
    in a series, and strong or severe thunderstorms
    may rotate.

8
A SNOWFALL
  • Snow is a type of precipitation in the form of
    crystalline water ice, consisting of a multitude
    of snowflakes that fall from clouds. The process
    of this precipitation is called snowfall. Since
    snow is composed of small ice particles, it is a
    granular material. It has an open and therefore
    soft structure, unless packed by external
    pressure.

9
Types of snow
  • Blizzard - a long-lasting snow storm with intense
    snowfall and usually high winds. Particularly
    severe storms can create whiteout conditions
    where visibility is severely reduced.
  • Columns - a class of snowflakes that is shaped
    like a six sided column. One of the 4 classes of
    snowflakes.
  • Flurry-a period of light snow with usually little
    accumulation with occasional moderate snowfall.
  • Lake-effect snow produced when cold winds move
    across long expanses of warmer lake water,
    picking up water vapor which freezes and is
    deposited on the lake's shores.

10
FOG
  • Fog is a cloud bank that is in contact with the
    ground. A cloud may be considered partly fog for
    example, the part of a cloud that is suspended in
    the air above the ground is not considered fog,
    whereas the part of the cloud that comes in
    contact with higher ground is considered fog. Fog
    is distinguished from mist only by its density,
    as expressed in the resulting decrease in
    visibility Fog reduces visibility to less than 1
    km, whereas mist reduces visibility to no less
    than 2 km.

11
A waterspout
  • A waterspout is an intense columnar vortex
    (usually appearing as a funnel-shaped cloud) that
    occurs over a body of water and is connected to a
    cumuliform cloud. In the common form, it is a
    nonsupercell tornado over water, and brings the
    water upward. It is weaker than most of its land
    counterparts.

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  • THE END!
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