Not really. Geysers are basically hot springs with constricted openings, heated by volcanic rock below the surface. If the rock above the volcanic heat source is shaped just right, with a clear channel to the surface, a pooling area beneath the surface, and a constricted opening, heat from deep underground will cause pooled surface-water to erupt as a geyser. As subterranean volcanic heat doesn’t really vary with the seasons, geysers have the same potential to blow year-round.
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