The weather in Spanish
This lesson about the weather in Spanish is basically a class of Spanish vocabulary and sentences. So, it’s a mixture of Spanish grammar and vocab.
Each one of the sentences displayed below, and taught the video-lesson below, includes common words that we have to know when speaking of the weather in Spanish
I insist on sentence building, because this is essential for you to get to feel comfortable with Spanish. I always try to introduce easy and simple phrases. Perhaps not too easy that they don’t present any challenge. But not too difficult either that you will feel at a loss.
Sentences regarding the weather in Spanish
- ¿Cómo está el tiempo (hoy)? – How is the weather today?
- Está soleado. – It is sunny.
- Está nublado. Creo que va a llover. – It is cloudy. I think that it is going to rain.
- El cielo está celeste y sin nubes. – The sky is baby-blue and without clouds.
- Está nevando. – It is snowing.
- Creo que pronto va a nevar. – I think that soon it is going to snow.
- Hay mucho viento. – There is plenty of wind.
- Está ventoso. – It is windy.
- Hay mucha humedad. – There is plenty of humidity.
- Está muy húmedo. – It is very damp / humid.
- El clima está muy seco. – The weather is very dry.
- Pronto va a haber (una) tormenta. – Soon there is going to be (a) storm.
- Pronto habrá (una) tormenta. – Soon there will be (a) storm.
- Llueve mucho. – It rains a lot
- Está garuando / Está lloviznando. – It is drizzling
I recommend all my students that follow my online courses to do the exams that I upload to my website. The topic of this lesson (the weather in Spanish) is included in Spanish Quiz Nbr. 5 (lessons 27 – 34).
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