The first day of Spring in France is the 20th I think.
It is also spring as France is also in the northern hemisphere
Spring - as in the whole of the Northern hemisphere.
March 21 is the first day of Spring.
France has four seasons, Spring, Summer, fall and winter. Spring is balmy, the summer quite hot, mild fall and winter
France is in the northern hemisphere. Australia is in the southern hemisphere. The seasons are therefore opposite: France Australia Spring Autumn Summer Winter Autumn Spring Winter Summer
Paris France enjoys very mild weather year round. The weather is especially mild and enjoyable in the spring. The average temperature in the spring is 50 degrees.
March, April and May.
summer, fall, winter, and spring
Spring and summer for France, last century for UK
the first season in france is spring which is also called the unicorn season
France is in the northern hemisphere, so the Spring season begins in March and ends in June.
France is in the northern hemisphere, so spring begins around March 21 and continues through April and May, ending around June 21.
Well... yes. Of course.
march april may (mars avril maï)
Spring water lakesSpring water riversIce from mountainsMan-made fresh water reservoirsImported spring water from France and SwitzerlandAquifers underground.
les printemps (ley-pr-a-n-temps)
France just like other places around the world has 4 seasons. They are spring, winter, fall and summer. Fall is one of the shortest seasons in France.
The best time to go France is either in spring (Apr-June) or fall (Sept-Nov). July and august are considered as the worst times to visit France.
printemps-spring été-summer automme-autumn hiver-winter
Same time as anywhere else in the Northern Hemisphere; roughly March to May.