Summer VS Winter: Let’s get it over with!

As you can tell from the title, this week’s article will be about the most common controversial topics ever: Summer versus Winter. Summer is the warmest season of the year; it is between the seasons of Spring and Autumn. However, the summer season will come at different times in different parts of the Earth. For example, summer in the United States will be around the months of June, July, and August. But in other parts of the Earth like Australia, it would be winter due to the tilt of the sun around the time of the year. On the other hand, Winter is the coldest season of the year. It is between the seasons of Autumn and Spring.

Since Summer is the warmest season of the year, there are advantages and disadvantages to the season. Some of the advantages of the summer season are the fact that you can go to a beach, pool, waterpark, or enjoy summer sports and the sun. During this season, it is easy to travel anywhere because there are fewer risks of danger as the temperature is much more bearable and favorable in contrast to Winter. Therefore, you could have fun at the beach and pool without feeling too cold. Due to the extreme weather, you can go to waterparks in order to cool yourself down. There are also a wider variety of sports that could be played which not only include casual sports but also sports activities on the beach. Summer is the best season because of the flexibility of activities and somewhat comfortable weather.

On the contrary, due to the temperature being too hot, there could be consequences such as dehydration, sunburn, traffic, and crowds. In places that are especially near the equator, the temperature would be even hotter so make sure to drink enough water so that you do not get dehydrated and end up fainting. Staying out in the sun is not beneficial for you because you could get sunburns. Lastly, it is usually in the summer that most people go on vacations to places such as historical monuments, aquariums, and zoos, or any tourist attraction which causes more traffic as there tends to be more crowd.

Winter, being the coldest season of the year, also has its benefits and limitations. As the weather is nice, relaxing and refreshing, you could play winter sports in your free time, especially if it is the time of Christmas Break. In the majority of the places, it is most likely to snow which is why you can go skiing, skating, play ice-hockey, or throw snowballs at each other. You could also bond with your families and friends around the fireplace to spend quality time with each other.

But there is obviously another side to this. Due to the extreme weather, there are high chances of you getting sick, making you incapable of traveling to different places or hanging out with your friends. During the winter, the roads are likely to be slippery so it could be dangerous to travel to places. With dangerous routes, you can’t travel to places that you usually go to like the grocery store.  and if you can’t go to the grocery store then you wouldn’t have a source to get food. Sometimes, the weather gets too cold that it seems almost unbearable as going out becomes impossible. Therefore, if you are unable to go out in the cold, you are more likely to starve, especially if you’re not from a well-to-do family. A large number of people suffer from this season because of the issues that it causes as some people can’t afford shelter and clothing to protect them from the cold.  

In conclusion, choosing the better season seems almost subjective.  Perspectives vary depending on personal choices and experiences as some people tend to enjoy activities that are more common in summer, while others enjoy winter because of the fun they can experience having hot mama noodles near the bonfire!!

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