I am not clearly understanding what you are suggesting.
Are you saying that we are currently observing Ramadhan in the wrong season?
Or are you simply saying that we associate the wrong season with Ramadhan?
Yes, that is indeed my point. Both the wildly spinning Sunni/Shia calendar which moves throughout the entire seasons as well as the literal "Ramadhan is the Summer" fasts are not correct.
The reason I ask is because the Quran tells us that with Allah the number of moths is 12 (9:36) by the ordinance of Allah for which the new moon is the marking of a new month(2:189). Lunar months are slightly shorter than the gregorian calendar's months. 355-56 days versus 365-66 days on average 11 less days. Following the ordinance of Allah for keeping count of time, seasons do not remain fixed to particular months but they gradually slide or shift. In this manner you could never claim that Ramadhan was in a particular month some day 1400 years ago unless you take in consideration this "sliding".
So I am not mistaken into thinking that you agree with this notion correct?
The verses 9:36-37 need to be combined to get the proper picture.
9:36 is stating a simple fact, that the year in God's system is based on the 12 month principal (roughly 360 days). 9:37 then takes us to the intercalary (how to deal with the gap) and tells us that the Arabs had misused the system by using a "one year on, on year off" method which created a deliberate slippage in the months thus allowing them to circumvent the 4 restricted months.
Maybe I am just not understanding but do you have actual Quranic evidence as to what season the first revelation of Quran was revealed?
Yes, I do have the evidence. The logic is to look at the "night of decree" which is the night the Quran was revealed (97:1). The night of decree is a time when the angels and Spirit descend 97:4. The angels and Spirit descended on the night that Mary was told she was pregnant (19:17, 3:45). Jesus was conceived 9 months later at the time when dates ripen 19:25 (which is around August/September for the Mediterranean).
Working with these facts, we can determine with certainty that the Night of Decree occurred around the winter period (December?). The final peace of information we can look at is the fact that this is a "night" event (not day) when God sends His angels and Spirit to carry out specific tasks (97:1) and where His blessings are spread. The feature of December 21/22 is that it happens to be the longest night of the year in the northern hemisphere which is a fitting feature of the blessings of our Lord being granted to their maximum capacity.