Words of Topic: Weather

Word group for topic: Weather, it helps both IELTS and TOEFL test takers prepare speaking and writing answers on this particular topic.
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 Word Group By Topic: Weather
forecast  Speak
n.
a prediction, as of coming weather
The weather forecast stated that it would rain.
degrees Celsius  Speak
n.
used to measure the temperature
In my hometown, winters are shorter and milder, while daytime summer temperatures normally range from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius.
mild  Speak
a.
warm and pleasant, especially warmer than usual for the time of year
The weather is mild today, it is neither hot nor cold.
warm  Speak
a.
fairly hot in a way that is comfortable and pleasant
It was warm enough for us to sit outside.
chilly  Speak
a.
cold enough to be unpleasant
The days are still warm but the evenings are getting chilly.
freezing cold  Speak
a.
extremely and unpleasantly cold
You can't leave without a coat, it's freezing cold out!
gloomy  Speak
a.
weather with dark clouds and dull light
It was another gray, gloomy day.
clear  Speak
a.
without clouds
I adore clear weather, when there are no clouds on the sky.
drizzle  Speak
v.
rain lightly
It drizzled throughout the night.
humid  Speak
a.
hot and wet in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable
New York is very hot and humid in the summer.
snow-covered  Speak
a.
covered with snow
The sun reflected off the snow-covered mountains.
heavy snow  Speak
n.
a large amount of snow
After today's heavy snow, many roads are still blocked.
frosty  Speak
a.
very cold, with a thin layer of white ice covering everything
It was a cold and frosty morning.
snowstorm  Speak
n.
a heavy fall of snow that is blown by strong winds
Traffic in the city was interrupted by a snowstorm.
hail  Speak
n.
If it hails, small, hard balls of ice fall from the sky like rain.
Hail fell with such violence that it broke windows.
high wind  Speak
n.
strong wind
The high wind whistled through the streets in winter.
breeze  Speak
n.
a nice gentle wind
The wind blew not just gentle breezes but full-blown bone chilling winds.
smog  Speak
n.
fog or haze combined with smoke and other atmospheric pollutants
The city was overhung with the pollutant smog.
light rain  Speak
n.
gentle rain
When the sun shines through a light rain, it makes a rainbow.
downpour  Speak
n.
a heavy rain
It was the heaviest downpour ever recorded.
boiling hot  Speak
a.
of the weather, having an extremely hot temperature
I hate July in this part of the country, it's boiling hot down here.
sunshine  Speak
n.
the heat and light of the sun
A ray of sunshine shone through a gap in the clouds.
dry  Speak
a.
without rain
The weather is usually dry and sunny at this time of year.
heat stroke  Speak
n.
a dangerous physical condition because of being too long in hot weather
It’s often boiling hot in my city in the summer and a lot of people suffer from heat stroke.