Weather Words in Spanish

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Instructor: Ashley Garcias-Casas
Weather vocabulary is one of the most basic aspects of learning a new language. Explore the vocabulary used in Spanish to describe different weather conditions. Updated: 08/31/2021

Weather Report

Good evening, and welcome to News 6. Buenas noches y bienvenidos a Noticias 6. Many of you have been concerned about the extreme weather that is sweeping the nation. Here is Vanesa with the weather. Vanesa?

Gracias, John. As you can see, we are experiencing a wide range of weather events throughout the country. Let's take a better look.

In Miami, Hace calor. Temperatures are in the high 90s.

We have the exact opposite up north in Boston and New York City, where the lows are in the mid 20s. Hace frío.

If we head over to the 'Windy City' of Chicago, you guessed it! Hace viento. They are experiencing gusts up to 80 mph.

It's a very cool day in Colorado, perfect if you are going skiing. Not too cold - a nice cool 55 degrees. Hace fresco.

It's a great day for the beach in sunny Southern California. Get out and soak up those rays! Hace sol.

The beach weather continues in Hawaii, where the weather is near perfect. Hace buen tiempo.

However, if we make our way back up to Seattle, we see they are getting a lot of rain, very typical for this area. Llueve.

As we head down to San Francisco, we see the Bay Area is sopped in with fog. Está nebuloso.

Las Vegas is experiencing some very uncharacteristic weather as the sun and heat have been replaced with clouds. Está nublado.

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