A small annoyance I have with the game is that the seasons are short - at one month each, it's like you barely have time to get your longer-growing crops doing anything, and it makes strawberries in the first season almost useless, because by the time you can buy them, spring is almost done. It also limits the amount of eventing that can be done in the game (because we can't fit in more events) and makes for less time exploring and more time running from task to task especially if you're planting and before you get iridium sprinklers, etc. My proposal is to extend the seasons by one month each. Two months spring, two months summer, two months fall, two winter. This would allow the game to have more events, more time to experience events and explore the world (especially as we create and open up new areas of it and more things) and try out different ways to farm, among other things. It would remove the "time scramble/hurriedness" that is often part of the game (especially early game and midgame going on late game) and give a more natural pace. Speaking of more natural pace, that brings me to my next idea - mixed weather days. It really doesn't make sense for maybe one day of the weather going from spring to summer or fall to winter, so a two month model would allow for a week of "transitional" weather in the seasons. This would be most pronounced with fall to winter, where it would take around a week to go from "windy, rainy fall" to "snowbound" instead of a day, and winter to spring, where the snowmelt would take a week with a possible snow flurry day at the beginning and could flood your farm (allowing floodplain farming, as mentioned in another thread here, or providing a week of wet field), though with the next idea, we could make spring-summer a little more pronounced. NEW WEATHER. Idea being that summer would get the Heat Wave/Hot Day where simply being out in the hot day slowly drains your stamina and/or health. Ice cream and beverages would be especially good to have on a heat wave/hot day. If we choose to include disasters as I suggested in another thread, the hurricane would be a summer possibility, as would the tornado in the spring-summer week. In winter, the Blizzard - if it was not a disaster, it would just impede your movement to slow, if it was a disaster, it would confine you to your house. Open to other ideas here too.