I believe that wood dries much faster in summer. Some have told me that the cold air will dry the wood quickly. I don't think that is true at all. I think freezing temperatures trap the moisture in ice within the wood and it takes a lot longer for wood to season. Anyone have any support either way in terms of a website or something else to prove summer drying is more effective. Old timers tell you to get that wood split by spring and it will be ready by winter.