Weather

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breeze
breeze /briːz/
(n) a light wind
Example: There was a cold breeze as the chilly wind blew in through the open door.


drizzle
drizzle /ˈdrɪzl/
(n) when it is drizzling , it is raining lightly
Example: Scotland will be cloudy with patchy drizzle.


flood
flood /flʌd/
(n) a large amount of water covering an area that is usually dry
Example: Last winter, the town suffered the worst flood in fifty years.


fog
fog /fɔːɡ/
(n) a thick cloud of very small drops of water in the air close to the land or sea, that is very difficult to see through it
Example: The collision occurred in thick fog.


gale
gale /ɡeɪl/
(n) an extremely strong wind
Example: I slept well despite the howling gales outside.


hail
hail /heɪl /
(n) to describe somebody/something as being very good or special, especially in newspapers, etc.
Example: Hail bounced on the tiled roof.


hailstone
hailstone /ˈheɪlstoʊn /
(n) a small ball of ice that falls like rain
Example: Whilst I've been at work, we've had thunder and lightning, torrential rain, hailstones and wind.


mist
mist /mɪst/
(n) a cloud of very small drops of water in the air just above the ground, that make it difficult to see
Example: The peaks were shrouded in mist.


raindrop
raindrop /reɪndrɑːp/
(n) a single drop of rain
Example: Raindrops keep falling on my head.


snowflake
snowflake /ˈsnoʊfleɪk /
(n) a small soft piece of frozen water that falls from the sky as snow
Example: I looked up at the night sky and snowflakes landed on my face.


weather
weather /ˈweðə(r)/
(n) the condition of the atmosphere at a particular place and time, such as the temperature, and if there is wind, rain, sun, etc.
Example: What is the weather like today?