Hungary has a continental climate. This means that the weather is quite easily predictable (megjósolható) and there are big differences between the weather in the four seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Hungary is protected from the extreme weather by the mountain ranges encompassing (bekerít) it from almost all sides. Temperature above 30 degree Celsius may occur in July and August but generally do not last long. January and February are the coldest months but even then the average temperature does not fall below minus 5 degree Celsius.
England has a maritime climate (also known as oceanic), which means that the weather is wet and rainy there. It is usually very changeable and it is difficult to forecast with certainly even for a day. It rarely snows and if it does, it melts when it reaches the ground. Summers are cool and damp too. Possibly because it is so unpredictable, English people are always prepared to discuss the weather.
My favourite season is summer because in summer we don’t have to go to school, and the weather is sunny and hot so we can go on holiday and swimming, or we can go on excursions too. However, autumn is the rainiest season of the year and the days are getting colder and colder but leaves are falling down from the trees, so I like this season too as this is the most colorful one.