How Long Is Winter?


Winter lasts for three months. In the Northern Hemisphere, winter typically lasts from December 21 until March 21, although the dates can vary by location. In the Southern Hemisphere, winter is usually from June 1 until August 31.
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The 4 seasons of the year last approximately 3 months each. Winter officially starts on the 21st day of December and ends on the 21st day of March when Spring officially begins. The winter solstice, the first day of winter marks the shortest day of the year as well as the longest night.
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