Good wonder :) No because it would be the worse thing ever to be empty during the winter time. It is frigid cold and no one is looking to rent unless they are being forced out or maybe, maybe they are coming from out of town.
I am lucky that the type of tenants I rent to have a good income and credit score and in my state the lease states they are responsible for the full amount. Granted they try and break it who knows what a judge would say, maybe 2 months, maybe more.
Since the lawn won't be mowed during wintertime, and yard work will be at a minimum, perhaps a lease that covers the winter months would be good, and then when it's *lawn mowing* time, that lease would become a month to month and you could have an addendum or whatever on it???