They are "opposite" of the northern hemisphere. When it is summer in the north, it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere. Therefore fall in the northern would be spring in the southern, winter in the N would be summer in the S, spring in the N would be fall in the south.
Seasons in the Southern Hemisphere:
The seasons of the southern hemisphere are shifted half a year from the seasons in the northern hemisphere.
Seasons in the northern hemisphere occur at opposite times to those in the southern hemisphere. For example, when it is winter in the southern hemisphere, it is summer in the northern hemisphere.
It is winter in the northern hemisphere when it tilts away from the sun, and summer in the southern hemisphere when it tilts towards the sun. It is this tilting that creates the seasons.
No. The seasons in the in the northern and the southern hemispheres are different due to the tilt of the earth.
When the Southern Hemisphere is pointed away from the sun, it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere.
when the northern hemisphere is tilted toward the sun, the southern hemisphere is away for this reason the seasons are reversed in the southern hemisphere.
Because of the axial tilt of the earth.
Being in the southern hemisphere doesn't really affect Australia's seasons. It has all the seasons that the northern hemisphere has. It just has them at different times of the year, at the opposite time.
The seasons in the northern and southern hemispheres are opposite. When it is summer in the northern hemisphere, it is winter in the southern hemisphere.
just why they change in the southern hemisphere..!!
The southern hemisphere, which is the hemisphere that Australia is in.
In the Southern Hemisphere the seasons would be the reverse of what the seasons are in the Northern Hemisphere
No. The northern and southern hemisphere always have opposing seasons. So when it is winter in the northern hemisphere, it is summer in the southern hemisphere.
the seasons that are experienced are fall (Autumn) and winter
The seasons in the Northern Hemisphere are exactly the opposite of the seasons in the Southern Hemisphere.
Antarctica's seasons are the same length as the seasons throughout the southern hemisphere.
Yes they do, but opposite to the northern hemisphere, i.e when it is the northern summer, that is the southern winter.
The Eastern and Southern hemispheres do not have opposite seasons. The Northern and Southern hemispheres have opposite seasons. That is because the Earth is tilted, so at some times of the year, one of those two hemispheres is nearer to the sun than the other, so it has different weather. Half of the Eastern hemisphere is in the Southern hemisphere, so they would have the same seasons, while the other half would have the same seasons as the Northern hemisphere.
In December to March, it is summer in the southern hemisphere. The seasons are switched.
the seasons would be reversed.
It is autumn in the southern hemisphere. The seasons are opposite those in the northern hemisphere; so, since it's spring up here, it's autumn/fall in the southern hemisphere.
Because of the axial tilt of the earth the northern and southern hemisphere have opposite seasons