Winter: Either the kind of day when the sun shines and it's pleasantly cold, it's perfect for going for walks. Or when the sky is clouded and the air is a bit humid, preferably it's snowing, it's perfect either for a walk and catching snowflakes on your tongue or staying inside curled up with a blanket, drinking a cup of cocoa and reading a nice book.
Spring: It's nice walking through the city, preferably in an area where is lots of trees and bushes, when it has just rained and the air is fresh, the sunlight is warm enough, crocuses and daffodils bloom and there's gravelly snowdrifts here and there. I also enjoy the sound of my boots hitting the tarmac on every step, it has become a symbol of freedom to me along with the shrieking of seagulls. The only annoying thing about spring is when the snow melts and exposes all the gravel, garbage and dog turds hidden underneath.
Summer: I like the sunny days when it's hot, and I can go for a bike ride or downtown to enjoy the general hustle and bustle of the city, the salty smell of sun- warmed skin, birds singing and flowers blooming and people being happy.
Autumn: This is probably the only season when I like murky and rainy days, they have a special kind of idyl in them. That's when I enjoy going for walks all around the city, and writing a couple of angsty poems.