#EngVocab: Weather Vocabulary

Hi guys, how are you today? Did you have a great day?


Did you notice that the weather lately were difficult to predict? Rain could come at any time so does the sunny day. The global warming has definitely changed the way we live and the way we survive. Today, I’d like to share some vocabulary which are related to weather. I have compiled 10 vocabulary related to weather just for you. Enjoy!

  • Avalanche (n) a dangerous slide of snow down a mountain
  • “The skiers were warned about a possible avalanche.”

  • Blizzard (n) a storm with lots of snow and wind
  • “The airplane couldn’t take-off because of the blizzard.”

  • boiling hot (adj + n) common expression for describing a very hot day
  • “It was boiling hot, so we all jumped into the lake.”

  • breeze (n) light wind
  • “Don’t bother with a hat. There is always a breeze near the ocean.”

  • drizzling (v) raining slightly
  • “I think I’ll take the dog for a walk. It’s only drizzling now.”

  • heat stroke (n) a flu-like condition one can acquire after spending too long in the sun
  • “Bring lots of water and wear a hat to avoid heat stroke in this weather.”

  • precipitation (n) rain or snow that falls on an area
  • “There is very little precipitation in the desert.”

  • scorching (adj) extremely hot temperature/a very hot day
  • “It was scorching, so the whole family slept in the cool basement.”

  • overcast (adj) no sun is visible
  • “The sky is overcast this morning, but the sun is supposed to come out by late afternoon.”

  • frostbite (n) a skin condition caused by over exposure to the cold (typically reddish skin with white spots)
  • “I lost my hat while I was skiing, and I ended up with frostbite on my ears.”

Those are 10 vocabulary related to weather that we have successfully compiled from various sources. Hope you enjoy that. Thank you so much for you attention and see you tomorrow!



Compiled by @Wisznu, on March 24, 2016

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