IF it is winter in southern Africa what season is it in northern Africa?
North Africa is in the Northern Hemisphere and South Africa in the Southern Hemisphere, so if it is winter in South Africa it will be summer in Northern Africa.
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During the southern hemisphere's winter, it would be winter in that town. At the same time, it is summer in the northern hemisphere. If you mean what season does a town in the southern hemisphere experience when it is winter in the northern hemisphere, then the answer is summer, as the two hemispheres have opposing seasons.
The Northern Hemisphere has winter during November-January, whilst the Southern Hemisphere has winter during the Northern Hemipshere's summer. Some parts of Africa are in the Northern Hemisphere whilst other parts are South of the Equator. So some parts of Africa will have winter at the same time as the US whilst the Southern Part (Kenya, South Africa etc.) will have their summer when its the US's winter!
Africa is a very large continent, with some of it in the northern hemisphere and some in the southern hemisphere. When it is summer in the US, then it is summer in the northern hemisphere, so it would be summer in the part of Africa that is in the northern hemisphere. For the part in the southern hemipshere, it would be winter. The equator goes through Africa, so in the parts near it, there is…
Assuming you are referring to the month March, In the Northern Hemisphere, March is in the season of Spring. In the Southern Hemisphere, March is in Autumn! December, January, February Summer in the Southern. Winter in the Northern. March, April, May Autumn in the Southern. Spring in the Northern. June, July, August Winter in the Southern. Summer in the Northern. September, October, November Spring in the Southern. Autumn(fall) in the Northern.
Seasons are the same in all the Northern Hemisphere, where France is. So if you are in North America, or Europe, or Russia, or China, then France is having the same summer as you, or the same winter. If you are in the Southern Hemisphere, in South America, Southern Africa or Australasia, then the current season in France is the opposite from you. In your summer, France has a winter.
America is Northern hemisphere, Africa is Southern. The Earth is tilted at its axis. When the Northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun they get summer. The Southern, which is simultaneously tilted away, gets winter. Then they change. South tilts towards, and get summer, North tilts away and get winter.
When it is winter in the northern and western hemisphere what season is it in the northern and eastern?
Usually it is spring, summer, autumn, winter. However, that is the case in the northern hemisphere. In the southern hemisphere, it would be autumn. Another way of looking at it is that it is winter when the year starts in the northern hemisphere and spring is the first season entirely in the year in the northern hemisphere. In the southern hemisphere, it is summer when the year starts and autumn is the first season entirely…
Due to the tilt of the planet, when the northern hemisphere is experiencing one season (like winter) then the southern hemisphere is experiencing the opposite season. Winter in North America would mean that parts of South America, Africa and all of Australia would be in Summer, with the effects more pronounced the further you travel from the equator.