Summer season is the hottest season of the year and hot wind blow that is stuffy and sultry.
Period of summer season covers the month of April,May and June.
Days become longer and nights become shorter.
Water from wells,streams,rivers,etc reduce and lead to scarcity of water.
The earth becomes scorched and soil becomes hard making it unable for ploughing and sowing seeds and therefore vegetation suffers.
The coolest and coldest season of the year is winter.
It begins from the end of November and lasts and lingers till the end of month of February.
It covers the two months named Pushpa and Magha of the Oriya calendar.
Normally,the days are short and nights are long in this season.
The winter seen is quite interesting.
After hot summer months we can only wait for the rainy day.
The season of rain starts from June and continue till August.
The first shower of rain washes our seats of hot sunny days and brings relief from the uneasy summer heat.
On a rainy day, we enjoy playing in the rain and getting all wet.
School remains closed on a rainy day.
Spring falls between Winter and Summer.
It rules over the month of March and April.
In India,it is honored as the King of the seasons.
It is though a natures youth.
Spring is a beautiful season.
Autumn is one of the four seasons of the Earth and is the transition from summer to winter.
In North America,Autumn is also known as the fall in which both Thanksgiving and Halloween are celebrated.
One of the main features of Autumn is the shedding of leaves in deciduous trees.
Many animals begin to prepare for the winter by storing food in their nests and dens or fat on their bodies.
In Autumn there is less sunlight as the days are shorter.
I hope this answer is beneficial to you.