Why is the sun not as warm in the winter time?
The axis of the earth is tilted so the northern climates are further away from the sun in the winter than the southern climates.In the summer it is reversed.The temperature of the sun is the same, but how and where it hits the earth changes.
Im guessing your asking why is it not as hot in the winter time when the sun is out ,like how it is in the summer ? Well actually ground temps.are much cooler and there is also a lot of heavier winds.
Actually the winter time is a result of the earth being further from the sun this time of the year.
Was everyone out smoking a cig during science? Here are some hints to jog your memory:Earth rotates365 daysAxisTropic of CancerTropic of Capricorn EquatorSun4 seasonsSorry I am not writing your paper
earth is farther away from the sun during winter months and closer to the sun during summer months
The sun is going through menopause and has hot flashes all summer long.