Well that really depends on the body. Planets in the habitable zone of cool M dwarf stars have "years" measured in dozens of hours. With a quick search I was able to find an Earth-like in a 22 hour orbit. (Mind you, there's other physical reasons why such a planet wouldn't have traditional "seasons" of course.) But you can imagine that there would be plenty of worlds that would have seasons that noticeably change if you visit some weeks apart.We're not down on planets long enough to notice seasons, but arguably, on a planet with axial tilt and evening fog, the low sun of local "winter" causing near-permanent crater fog (for the duration of the period the hemisphere is angled away) is already a "seasonal weather" feature.