Spanish Language Spanish Vocabulary: Weather

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Here are some of the most common words used in Spanish to refer to the weather:

Words[edit | edit source]

  • Sunny day: día soleado.
  • Rainy day: día lluvioso.
  • Cloudy day: día nublado.
  • Humid day: día húmedo.
  • Clear day: día despejado.
  • Snowy day: día nevado.
  • Hot day: día caluroso.
  • Cold day: día frío.
  • Foggy day: día con niebla.
  • Cool day: día fresco.
  • Windy day: día ventoso.
  • Wet day: día húmedo.

Verbs[edit | edit source]

  • To rain: llover.
  • To hail: granizar
  • To snow: nevar.
  • To drizzle: lloviznar.
  • To dawn: amanecer.
  • To become night: anochecer.

Examples[edit | edit source]

  • Hoy está soleado (It's sunny today.)
  • Me gustaría beber chocolate caliente, hace mucho frío (I'd like to drink hot chocolate, the weather is very cold.)
  • Vámonos, está nublado y parece que va a llover (Let's go, it's cloudy and it looks like it's going to rain.)
  • Los granizos que cayeron, fueron los más grandes que haya visto. (The hailstones that fell were the largest I´ve ever seen).


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