Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Today get new ways to talk about the weather in English beyond what you learned from your textbook in school.

Most of the phrases that you learned in school or in a book about the weather are probably not as common as you think.

Today you’ll learn how natives talk about weather and how you can do it too.


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Expressions to talk about the weather:

  • “How’s the weather looking for the weekend?”
  • “The weather is supposed to be beautiful” (remember, we don’t say “The weather will be beautiful” because we don’t know for sure what will happen with the weather.)
  • “I heard it’s going to be beautiful” or “I heard it’s going to be freezing”
  • “It’s going to be (rainy) all (weekend)” or “It’s going to be (sunny) all (day)”


Try to use these new phrases the next time you speak with a native speaker about the weather.

Let us know if you have any questions below.

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