How do you compliment the weather?
Describing good weather
- be set fair idiom.
What do you say to someone about the weather?
Vocabulary words to talk about the weather in English
- Wow, it’s so hot outside today, I’ve been sweating non-stop!
- It’s finally warm outside and I can go out with only a t-shirt.
- Tonight will be a little chilly so I’m going to bring an extra jacket.
- Can you believe how cold it’s been lately with all of this snow?
How can I describe the weather?
Describing the weather
rainy, wet, humid, dry, arid, frigid, foggy, windy, stormy, breezy, windless, calm, still; a spell of good weather; a two-day spell of sunny weather; a spell of rainy weather; Sky: cloudy, overcast, cloudless, clear, bright, blue, gray (BrE grey), dark; a patch of blue sky.
How would you describe breezy weather?
The NWS defines breezy as wind between 15 and 25 mph during “mild weather” temperatures.
How do you respond to nice weather?
So, the correct response to “Nice day, isn’t ?” is “Yes, isn’t it!” “Yeah, lovely!” or something similar, even if you think the weather is not particularly nice!
What are some weather words?
What is the sentence of weather?
“The weather is unpredictable around here.” “We have severe weather during the winter.” “I hate living in cold weather.” “We can expect rainy weather tomorrow.”
How would you describe today’s weather?
Sunny = It’s sunny. or It’s a sunny day. Cloudy = It’s cloudy. or It’s a cloudy day. Clear = It’s clear. or It’s a clear day. Stormy = It’s stormy. or It’s a stormy day.