Seasons on the Earth surface are the result of yearly revolutions of the Earth around the Sun in combination with the tiltiture of the Earth creating differences in heat distribution. During summer in the northen hemisphere the weather it at its warmest because the Sun is directly overhead at the tropic of cancer. Whereas in winter in the northen hemisphere it is colder becuase the Sun is over the tropic of Capricorn.
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