The diversity of Switzerland is reflected in its climate, despite its small size. The Alps are an important factor here. They act as a barrier, so the weather in the north is often quite different from that in the south. It is noticeably milder in winter in the south than in the north.
Spring (March to May) the trees blossom and the meadows become green.
Summer (June - August) the temperature rises to 25-30 degrees (77-86 degrees Fahrenheit).
Autumn (September to November) the fruits ripen, then the leaves turn brown and fall.
Winter (December to February) winter the snow changes the landscape.