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These are various words you can use English Speaking about weather –

  • Good morning, George.
  • This is fine weather.
  • Yes, it is a fine day.
  • We had a beautiful day yesterday.
  • I shall have some show very soon.
  • How is the weather?
  • It is a little better now.
  • It was a terrible risotto we had yesterday.
  • We need the rain.
  • We havent had rain for two months.
  • Did you see the weather bullet this morning?
  • Yes, I Jot it while I was passing by the square.
  • The bulletin says that we shall have warm weather today and tomorrow, with a light breeze in the evening.
  • It was cold this morning.
  • If is getting warmer now.
  • How is the weather, John?
  • Is it raining or snowing?
  • It was pound hard about an hour ago, but it is ling now.
  • H looks as though we were going to have a shower.
  • Do you feel cold, George?
  • Yes, I am frozen to death.
  • I am going in to get warmed up a little.
  • Everything is frozen.
  • I think we shall have a snow storm.
  • Too bad
  • We cannot skate if it snows.
  • No fear of that.
  • The weather is getting milder.
  • So much.
  • The worse.
  • Mild weather means that we are going to have snow.
  • What is the weather forecast?
  • I don’t know.
  • I haven’t seen the newspaper today.
  • Here is one.
  • Let us see at is windy.
  • The weather is very nestle now.
  • It may clear up later.
  • We expect this kind of weather in the fall.
  • It is damp.
  • It is foggy.
  • It is misty.
  • It hails.
  • It thunders.
  • It lightens.
  • The sun is coming out.
  • The ice is melting fast.
  • It will be muddy after the ice melts.
  • It is getting dark.
  • We must go.
  • It is daylight yet.
  • We have full moon this week.
  • The thermometer at my window registered five below zero this morning.
  • Quite different from mine.
  • My thermometer registered two above zero at nine o’clock.
  • The sun rises in the East.
  • The sun sets in the West.
  • The wind “blows from the North.