Why do storms in the summer act so much different than storms in the winter?



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    The differences between the seasons and their climates and weather have to do with the way that the earth is positioned on its access and how the suns rays it the earth. For this reason, there are are different “seasons” for certain types of storms–like tornadoes and hurricanes. These are the seasons in which conditions are ripe for these storms.

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