Thanks for the clarification! I love the pictures!
(FYI ... Possible Edits?
... meteorological winter: December, January, February, and March.
... switching the calendar to march
Just a thought!)
Keep up your good work!
"It's broken down like this: meteorological spring includes March, April, and May; meteorological summer: June, July, August; meteorological fall: September, October, November; and meteorological winter: December, January, February, and March."
Hey, wait a minute. That's TWO Marches, one in spring, and one in winter! That's thirteen months, just the way Phil Silvers counted the shares in It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World!
Well, March, are you winter or spring????
Another edit: "data" is plural. Picture is gorgeous--natural or computer-generated?