History Main / ItsAlwaysSpring

19th May '18 9:36:27 PM Danielg342
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* ''Series/CriminalMinds'' transports [[CaliforniaDoubling California]] weather all over the country, rarely if ever showing the character trudging through snow when they're visiting snowy places in snow season. In "All That Remains," they even acknowledge that it's 20F outside, yet there's a scene in the pouring rain.

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* ''Series/CriminalMinds'' transports [[CaliforniaDoubling California]] weather all over the country, rarely if ever showing the character characters trudging through snow when they're visiting snowy places in snow season. In "All That Remains," they even acknowledge that it's 20F outside, yet there's green grass everywhere and a scene in the pouring rain.
3rd May '18 10:24:50 AM MikeW
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** One of the greatest examples is "The World Series Defense" which has the gang trying to get to game 5 of the 2008 World Series on a bright day. In reality, it was cold and pouring rain that day to the point the game had to be called off mid-way through and replayed two days later. In the world of the show, it was still fantastic weather.
23rd Feb '18 3:04:51 AM DeepRed
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* One interesting case of this becoming TruthInTelevision, the rise of climate controlled buildings means it can always be spring indoors. Since most buildings stay at somewhere between 68 and 72 year-round, people who work in these buildings tend to dress for spring for their workday and simply put on extra layers whenever they have to go outside.

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* One interesting case of this becoming TruthInTelevision, the rise of climate controlled buildings means it can always be spring indoors. Since most buildings stay at somewhere between 68 and 72 72°F (20-22°C) year-round, people who work in these buildings tend to dress for spring for their workday and simply put on extra layers whenever they have to go outside.
18th Feb '18 11:28:29 AM Mickoonsley19
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* UsefulNotes/{{Australia}} essentially ''never'' drops below zero degrees Celsius (32 Fahrenheit) even in the dead of winter; snow only falls on the very tops of mountains. Like Floridians mentioned above, 15 degrees Celsius (59 Fahrenheit) is considered a bit cold. Native Englishman [[WebOriginal/ZeroPunctuation Yahtzee]] lampshaded this in one review: "It's Australian winter, which means perfect surfing weather".

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* UsefulNotes/{{Australia}} essentially ''never'' drops below zero degrees Celsius (32 Fahrenheit) even in the dead of winter; snow only falls on the very tops of mountains. Like Floridians mentioned above, 15 degrees Celsius (59 Fahrenheit) is considered a bit cold. Native Englishman [[WebOriginal/ZeroPunctuation [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Yahtzee]] lampshaded this in one review: "It's Australian winter, which means perfect surfing weather".
9th Feb '18 1:49:51 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' is set in South Dakota and {{Time Skip}}s over winter to avoid taking place in the snow.
14th Jan '18 2:11:22 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Averted, kind of, in ''TheLostCrown'', which does take place in springtime, but with the full range of weather -- fog, cold, thundery, sunny, rainy, windy -- one might expect from a realistic depiction of that season.

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* Averted, kind of, in ''TheLostCrown'', ''VideoGame/TheLostCrown'', which does take place in springtime, but with the full range of weather -- fog, cold, thundery, sunny, rainy, windy -- one might expect from a realistic depiction of that season.
25th Dec '17 9:03:11 PM Fireblood
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* ''Literature/VillainsByNecessity'': Explained as a side effect of Good having such a stranglehold on the world; the characters note that it ''should'' by all rights be autumn, but the sun only stays up longer (to the point where Kaylana's attempt to tell time by the sun's position is four hours off) and the flowers only get more abundant.
16th Nov '17 12:33:41 PM luiginumber1
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Occasionally, the hero may visit another country which may specifically be hotter or colder than their hometown, resulting in a clothing and scenery change unique to that location. A season in other country heavily depends on its location: if it's Africa, Southern Asia, or some resort island, it's ''always'' warm summer, never the rainy winter. When it's Russia or Scandinavia, it'll be ''always'' covered in snow, even if the plot is set in July.

However, almost without exclusions, It's Always Spring in the main character's hometown.

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Occasionally, the hero may visit another country which may specifically be hotter or colder than their hometown, resulting in a clothing and scenery change unique to that location. A season in other another country heavily depends on its location: if it's Africa, Southern Asia, or some resort island, it's ''always'' warm summer, never the rainy winter. When it's Russia or Scandinavia, it'll be ''always'' covered in snow, even if the plot is set in July.

July. However, almost without exclusions, It's Always Spring in the main character's hometown.
7th Nov '17 8:19:42 AM nightkiller
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* Averted in the Boston-based ''Series/SpenserForHire'' which even filmed while it was snowing.
27th Oct '17 10:31:48 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** Different seasons are shown by changing location, as with the Muscle Tower portion of the Red Ribbon arc, where Gokū gets bitterly frozen as he didn't think to dress warmer [[IdiotHero for cold/snowy weather]].

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** Different seasons are shown by changing location, as with the Muscle Tower portion of the Red Ribbon arc, where Gokū Goku; gets bitterly frozen as he didn't think to dress warmer [[IdiotHero for cold/snowy weather]].
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