How to talk about the weather in English
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|HOW TO TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER
|START A CONVERSATION
|What’s the weather like today?
|It’s clearing up.
|Can you believe this weather?
|That storm was horrible.
|Will it be windy tomorrow?
|It’s been so cold!
|It’s a lovely day, isn’t it?
|The weather is dreadful.
|It’s pouring down.
|The downpour caused a lot of flooding.
|The sun has just come out.
|The clouds are passing.
|We’ve been pretty lucky with the weather this winter, haven’t we?
|We’re looking forward to it warming up!
|Where can I find a weather forecast?
|Not a cloud in the sky!
|Nice weather, isn’t it?
|Glorious day, isn’t it?
|What’s the temperature?
|It’s cold / warm / hot.
|It’s freezing cold today!
|It’s scorching hot.
|It’s stifling hot.
|The bitter cold was unexpected.
|I’m really cold.
|Autumn is often chilly and damp.
|THE WEATHER FORECAST
|Did you hear the weather forecast?
|The weather forecast is good.
|There might be some rain over Lyon.
|Chilly temperatures are expected
|It will be cloudy with sunny spells over Paris.
|Heavy snow falls are expected.
|The bitter cold is expected to continue into Friday.
|Thunderstorms are expected this afternoon.
|We are expecting the temperature to cool down this week.
|Snow and ice continue to cause travel disruption.
|They’re calling for 10 centimetres of snow on Tuesday.