The change of seasons is a phenomenon of nature that often makes me mad, I really don’t like the cold part. The frameworks of the change of seasons are winter, summer, fall, spring, cold weather, warm weather, snow, rain, and there is more to list. The most amazing part of this phenomenon is its clockworks. Every year summer turns to fall, fall turns to winter, winter turns to spring, and spring turns back to summer. This cycle never changes, and it always happens at the same time of year. This is because of the earth’s position in relation to the sun. When the tilt of the earth causes longer days it makes the air warmer and that’s summer. But when the earth is on the other side of the sun it makes the air colder and we call that winter. All these changes don’t happen at the same time around the world. The change of season in the southern hemisphere is the opposite of the northern hemisphere, so when we have winter the southern hemisphere has summer. The effect of this phenomenon is also not always the same on all parts of the world. The change becomes more drastic the farther you are from the equator. The change of seasons on the equator is almost non existent because the days are the same length all year. However, up north where we are the tilt of the earth causes the days to be long in the summer and short in the winter.