Just wait until you hear what season we're in right now.

If you've lived in Illinois, you probably know that we don't just experience four seasons. Sure we all learned about winter, spring, summer, and fall in school, but I think Illinois schools should be required to show this meme I'm about to show you.

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If you have a Twitter, you should be following these TWO incredible accounts.

If you're from the Midwest, I guarantee every single tweet they put out will make you laugh. I know that's the case for me at least.

One of their most recent tweets talked about the seasons of Illinois. So, let's break them down.

Winter

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Photo by Josh Hild on Unsplash
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Fool's Spring

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Photo by Aniket Bhattacharya on Unsplash
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Second Winter

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Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash
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Spring of Deception

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Photo by MyTripFlops
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Third Winter

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Photo by Myriam Zilles on Unsplash
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The Pollening

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Photo by R Gray on Unsplash
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Mud Season

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Photo by Fawazlul Rizqi on Unsplash
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Actual Spring

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Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash
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Summer

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Photo by David Lezcano on Unsplash
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Hell's Front Porch

Thermometer Sun 40 Degres. Hot summer day. High Summer temperatures
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False Fall

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Photo by Matt on Unsplash
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Second Summer

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Photo by Behzad Ghaffarian on Unsplash
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Actual Fall

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Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash
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Here's the official list and original meme -

Can we all agree we are definitely in "Second Summer"?

I mean, come on, the forecast looks like it's going to be 80 degrees in October. Good for Bears games and pumpkin patch visits I guess!

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