WHEN DO THE SEASONS START IN 2020 and 2021?
CELEBRATE THE FIRST DAYS OF FALL, WINTER, SPRING and SUMMER
When do all of the four seasons—fall, winter, spring, and summer—start and end? Find your equinox and solstice dates for 2020 and 2021.
WHEN DO THE SEASONS BEGIN?
Each season has both an astronomical start and a meteorological start. It sounds complicated, but trust us, it’s not! The astronomical start date is based on the position of the Sun in relation to the Earth, while the meteorological start date is based on the 12-month calendar and the annual temperature cycle.
THE FIRST DAYS OF THE SEASONS
|Seasons of 2020||Astronomical Start||Meteorological Start|
|SPRING||Thursday, March 19, 11:50 P.M. EDT||Sunday, March 1|
|SUMMER||Saturday, June 20, 5:44 P.M. EDT||Monday, June 1|
|FALL||Tuesday, September 22, 9:31 A.M. EDT||Tuesday, September 1|
|WINTER||Monday, December 21, 5:02 A.M. EST||Tuesday, December 1|
|Seasons of 2021||Astronomical Start||Meteorological Start|
|SPRING||Saturday, March 20, 5:37 A.M. EDT||Monday, March 1|
|SUMMER||Sunday, June 20, 11:32 P.M. EDT||Tuesday, June 1|
|FALL||Wednesday, September 22, 3:20 P.M. EDT||Wednesday, September 1|
|WINTER||Tuesday, December 21, 10:58 A.M. EST||Wednesday, December 1|
Note: The dates above correspond to the start of the listed seasons in the Northern Hemisphere. Times are based on Eastern time (ET). Subtract 3 hours for Pacific time, 2 hours for Mountain time, 1 hour for Central time, and so on.
For more information please visit: https://www.almanac.com/content/first-day-seasons