- Winter is the season with the shortest days and the lowest temperatures.
- Trees and plants stop growing in the winter.
- Many animals hibernate or migrate away from the cold weather.
- Winter begins on the Winter Solstice and ends on the Vernal Equinox.
- When it is Winter in the Southern Hemisphere, it is Summer in the Northern Hemisphere. This occurs because the Southern Hemisphere is tilted away from the sun and the Northern Hemisphere faces the sun more directly because of the way the earth is tilting toward the sun.
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Winter Season Slogans
Winter is here. You may not be surrounded by mountains filled with snow, but winter nonetheless has something whimsical to offer no matter where you are. Cold weather brings people together, we yearn for warmth, love, and connection. The holidays deliver big family meals, endless gratitude, and it just seems like time moves a little bit slower than usual.
When the first winter breeze blows through the trees you can feel the magic in the air. People seem to be a bit nicer and nobody can complain about a little vacation time! This winter season, I challenge you to be open and accepting to new beginnings, learn to love more, and allow time to slow down so you can appreciate each and every moment.
Checkout our winter slogans below:
Quotes of the season Winter:
- "Winter is coming." -George R.R. Martin
- "Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home." -Edith Sitwell
- "What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness." -John Steinbeck
- "Melancholy were the sounds on a winter's night." -Virginia Woolf
- "Even the strongest blizzards start with a single snowflake." - Sara Raasch