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-'''Summer''' is the warmest of the four [[temperate]] [[seasons]], between [[spring]] and [[autumn]]. It is marked by the longest days and shortest nights. The seasons start on different dates in different cultures based on [[astronomy]] and regional [[meteorology]]. However, when it is summer in the [[southern hemisphere]] it is [[winter]] in the [[northern hemisphere]], and vice versa. In the interior of [[continent]]s, [[thunderstorm]]s are most likely to produce [[hail]] during the afternoon and evening.+'''Summer''' is the warmest of the four '''[[temperate]]''' '''[[seasons]]''', between '''[[spring]]''' and '''[[autumn]]'''. It is marked by the longest days and shortest nights. The seasons start on different dates in different cultures based on [[astronomy]] and regional '''[[meteorology]]'''. However, when it is summer in the '''[[southern hemisphere]]''' it is '''[[winter]]''' in the '''[[northern hemisphere]]''', and vice versa. In the interior of '''[[continent]]'''s, '''[[thunderstorm]]'''s are most likely to produce '''[[hail]]''' during the afternoon and evening.

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Summer is the warmest of the four temperate seasons, between spring and autumn. It is marked by the longest days and shortest nights. The seasons start on different dates in different cultures based on astronomy and regional meteorology. However, when it is summer in the southern hemisphere it is winter in the northern hemisphere, and vice versa. In the interior of continents, thunderstorms are most likely to produce hail during the afternoon and evening.



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  1. Wikipedia Summer [1]

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