If you grow up in South Dakota, as I did, then you are pretty used to getting the expected weather at the expected times of year.
Is it summer? Well, the weather will be hot, and probably humid. Autumn? Chilly and the leaves fall from the trees. Winter? Cold, for sure, and probably snow. You do not get rain in winter, but it’s possible in the other 3 seasons.
When I lived in the UK, I gradually became used to the fact that it could be rainy, sunny, cloudy, cold or hot at any given time of the year. Hence you could never really tell by the weather what season it was. That was weird.
Here in Spain, it’s less certain, at least in wintertime. It’s raining today, but some years it has snowed instead. I find that very confusing – rain in December simply does not make sense to me! And it is sooooo not Christmas-y!!