Beacause when the longest days change it often changes time as well and that means were in a warm season
Usually the warmest temperatures occur in February
Most thunder storms occur in the late spring to late summer. They need warm, moist, air to occur. Storms usually occur in the early to late afternoon when the air is most warmest.
Hurricanes need warm ocean water to form and summer is naturally when the oceans are warmest.
The longest day and the shortest night of the year occur in summer; the shortest day and the longest night occur in winter. These days are call the summer solstice and the winter solstice, respectively. So, the answer to the question is NO.
In the northern hemisphere the longest days are in the summer. In the southern hemisphere the longest days occur when it is winter in the northern hemisphere
they usually occur in summer
Both hurricanes and thunderstorms are fueled by warm oist air and summer is when the air is warmest and moistest.
The oceans water is warmest at that time, and therefore more likely to create a hurricane.
The summer solstice in Australia usually falls on December 21 or 22. In 2009, this will occur on December 22.
The summer solstice, which is the longest day of the year, usually falls on 21st or 22nd December in Australia, though it is possible for it to be anywhere from 20th to 23rd December.
June 20th first day of summer
No. Tornadoes usually occur in late spring and early summer. Late summer and early fall are more prone to hurricanes.
Droughts in America usually occur in the summer and hot seasons
Tornadoes usually occur in spring and early summer while hurricanes usually occur in summer and early fall. However, tornadoes can occur at any time of year, and out of season hurricanes have occurred as well.
Yes. Waterspouts are not uncommon on the Great Lakes during late summer, especially on Lake Erie, the warmest of the lakes.
Tornadoes mostly occur in spring and early summer.
THe hot dry days of summer.
Lightning storms occur in the seasons of spring and summer usually after noon or in the evening.
The first day of summer...for 2011 the 21st /It's merely the longest day in terms of sunshine per day. In general all days are equally long because that's how we measure our timeline. However when the "longest sunny day of the year" occur is entirely depending on where you live on earth. longest sunshine would be if you lived as near the poles center as you can.
Hailstorms occur in warm places and they usually occur in the spring and summer months. Also in Colorado and in Kansas.
Supper and spring is when the air is typically the warmest and so carries the most energy to fuel the thunderstorms that produce tornadoes.
The summer and winter solstices occur when the earth tilts on it's axis. The sun crosses the line of the Tropic of Cancer (summer) and Capricorn (winter).The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year. The summer solstice is the longest day of the year.
Mostly in the spring and summer if the weather is right.
Earthquakes can happen whenever, whatever season.