…you’d be enjoying the beginning of what we call “spring.”
It’s not like the chilly, breezy, and rainy weather we used to call spring back in the USA, but we still call it spring. It may last for a couple weeks and at some unpredictable moment, we’ll see highs in the 90s and lows in the upper 50s or lower 60s. That weather might show up in 2 or 3 weeks but generally shows up in March at some point. When it does, we’ll call that “summer” or maybe “hot season.” Winter, spring and part or most of summer are generally all lumped into what we call “dry season” when it typically doesn’t rain much, if at all. Of course, it rained a good bit here in the first 2 weeks of February which was atypical. When it’s summer in the USA, it’s typically rainy and a bit cooler here but still warm. We’ll call that “rainy season.” Except, some rainy seasons it never really rains so it just stays hot and dry which is more like hot season but still it’s summer. We have a fall but I don’t know when that is. I guess that’s October.