Most places in the United States have 4 seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. Not Central New York. We have 11.

If you've lived in Central New York for any extended period of time, you know that 4 seasons could never be enough to describe the weather here. We can even have all 4 "regular" seasons in one week - nothing like wearing shorts on Monday and shoveling snow on Saturday - but it happens.

That's why we thought it was important to put together a more accurate list of Central New York seasons - including everyone's favorite - Third Winter - which we're going through right now. A sure sign that you're in Third Winter? It's snowing on the robins and crocuses in your yard. And your lawn chairs.

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Phony Fall usually marks the beginning of the school year - but that's invariably followed by a few super hot days (Bummer Summer) so the kids can melt while sitting in classrooms with no air conditioning.

Did we leave out any seasons? What do you think?


 

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