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Hello, everyone.These years it seldom snows in winter.
I am very curious whether the following two variations of the sentence quoted could be right in proper contexts.
#2 These years it seldom snows in winters.
#3 These years it seldom snows in the winters.
These years it seldom snows winters.
One of the things that makes the whole thing unnatural for me is 'these years'. I have never heard anybody say this. I would say 'these days' or 'nowadays'.