Summer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons, falling after spring and before autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and nights are shortest, with day-length decreases as the season progresses. The date of beginning of summer season varies according to the tradition, culture and climate as well. Most probably it starts from 20-22 June and end approximately on 21-23 September.
According to the meteorological description, the season begins on the first day of the month that include the equinoxes and solstices. The equinox occurs when the sun passes directly above the equator because of the tilt of the Earth. When the seasons are based on the Earth’s position in relation to the sun, it’s called Astronomical Summer.
In summer the sun’s hottest rays badly affect humans creating damn worse feelings of tiredness in place where the heat Is on its peak level. During this season the condition of euphoric moods are increased too. And its a time when the people who are suffered from Bipolar diseases can get more worsen.
The nature of GOD, in the summer is full of bright colors, everything around is flourishing, the birds are singing. Plants give fruits and flowers of different colors. Every one can feel amazing smell in the air. Everyone has more time to b outdoors end enjoyed summer season in full. The summer is the best season in which we can see Rainbow! This beautiful and fabulous phenomenon is created by ” Cooperation” of sun rays and water.
But here we are going to discuss a country which has longest summer season is “MALDIVES”. Weather at Maldives is hot and influence of South-West monsoon make it worse. Air and Water have almost same temperature. At night water even became warmer than air. Humidity is pretty high but visitors marked that it is comfortable because of constant winds.
QUESTION; What is the duration of the summer season in Maldives
ANSWER; The month from December to April forms the summer of Maldives. The duration between December to April is when the island experiences dry weather, the time of little or no rain.
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