Often in the fall, Quebecers enjoy a pleasant climate phenomenon: Indian Summer (also known as the Indian summer). It is characterized by several warm and sunny days, which occur after a period of freezing. Indian Summer typically occurs between early October and mid-November. However, it is difficult or impossible to predict the date of his coming, and it did not occur every year. The term “Indian summer” refers to the history of American Indians, who once benefited from this period to complete their harvest before the onset of winter.