Well, in some way: All parts of the United States have all four seasons — just in some places there is a lot more variation than in others. The mid-latitude regions have the biggest swings in the seasons. Also, areas that are not protected by geologic and meteorologic barriers (such as mountains or wind currents) get more varied weather changes than others.
Many areas of the US are able to tell when different seasons have arrived, and those are the areas that experience the most variability in their weather. The midwest definitely gets variable weather depending on the seasons.
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