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Talking about the weather is a common conversation in many cultures. Learning to do so in Spanish allows you to interact in everyday situations and socialize with native speakers. In addition, understanding local weather forecasts and knowing how to talk about the weather is essential for planning activities and packing the right clothes for your trip to Spanish-speaking countries. Let's learn to describe the weather together!
- Calor - Heat
- Frío - Cold
- Temperatura - Temperature
- Grados - Degrees
- Helado - Freezing
- Fresco - Cool
- Cálido - Warm
- Caluroso - Hot
- Congelado - Icy
- Templado - Mild
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- ¿Cómo está el tiempo? - How's the weather?
- Hace buen tiempo - The weather is nice
- Hace mal tiempo - The weather is bad
- Está nublado - It's cloudy
- Va a llover - It's going to rain
- Hay tormenta - There's a storm
- Está nevando - It's snowing
- Hace viento - It's windy
- El pronóstico del tiempo - Weather forecast
- ¿Qué temperatura hace? - What's the temperature?
- Está soleado - It's sunny
This vocabulary will help you talk about the weather and understand weather conditions in Spanish. You can use these words and phrases in everyday conversations, when planning outdoor activities, or when consulting weather forecasts. To learn weather vocabulary, we recommend that you create a weather diary where you write down the weather conditions each day to help you practice and remember the vocabulary. In addition, with Sprachcaffe you can immerse yourself in a Spanish-speaking environment to improve your weather conversation skills.