What’s the weather like? – słownictwo związane z pogodą
What’s it like out(side)?
How’s the weather?
What’s the weather like?
What’s the temperature?
What’s the weather forecast?
CLEAR (without clouds) or CLOUDY (with many clouds in the sky)
Bright – full of light; when the sun is shining strongly
Sunny – the sun is shining and there are no clouds
Fine – not raining, clear sky
Partially cloudy – when there is a mixture of both blue sky and clouds
Overcast / Dull– covered with cloud
Gloomy – with dark clouds and dull light; depressing weather
Foggy – thick cloud close to land
Misty – light fog, often on the sea or caused by drizzle
Hazy – light mist, usually caused by heat
Boiling hot – a very hot day
Drought – a long period with no rainfall
Scorching – extremely hot temperature
COOL WEATHER – temperature in between warm and cold
Rain – water that falls from the clouds in drops)
Damp -slightly wet (often after the rain has stopped)
Drizzle – to rain lightly with very fine drops
Shower – a short period of rain
Downpour – heavy rain
Pour – to have heavy rain
It’s raining cats and dogs (idiom) – to rain heavily
Torrential rain – very heavy rain
Flood – to become covered in water usually due to excessive rain
Chilly – cold enough to cause discomfort
Freezing – when it is very cold, weather marked by low temperature especially when below the freezing point
Hail – when frozen rain falls as small balls of ice (hailstones).
Hailstones – the small hard balls of ice that fall from the sky
Snow – frozen rain that falls from the sky as soft snowflakes
Snowflake – an individual piece of snow
Flurries – very light snowfall
Sleet – snow or hail mixed with rain (often with some wind)
Blizzard – severe snowstorm with strong winds
WINDY (continual wind)
Breeze – a gentle wind (often nice or refreshing)
Blustery – blowing (strong) gusts of wind
Gale – a very strong wind
Hurricane (Atlantic/Northeast Pacific) /Cyclone (Southern Hemisphere) /Typhoon (Northwest Pacific) – a spiral arrangement of thunderstorms that produce winds and heavy rain.
Tornado – strong violent circular winds in a small area; a rapidly revolving column of air