Joanna: So, blue sky, not a cloud in the sky today. Bright sunshine, but it's a little bit misty, little bit hazy, so we haven't got a very good view today.
Tina: It's really, really windy and pretty, pretty misty today. I need my big hat to keep me warm.
Kevan: Yesterday, it was snowing all day. It was cloudy and it was cold, it was about -1 or -2 degrees. But today we've got blue skies, the sun's out, it's a bit warmer. It's about 3 or 4 degrees and it's fantastic weather for snowboarding.
Kirk: It's a beautiful Saturday afternoon with a bright blue sky, though as you can see looking at the mountain of Montserrat there in the distance, it's also a bit hazy.
Joanna: The weather up here is windy and a little bit rainy, but there's a rainbow!
Joanne: So, it's a beautiful day today. The sun's shining and there's a lovely blue sky. It is a bit chilly, but, yeah, it's a lovely day.
Adam: It's March, spring! No! No, it isn't. It's cold and it's snowy. I mean, yeah, it's very pretty. I know, it's beautiful. Oh, but when's it going to be over?
Tina: It's a yucky day in the UK today. It's raining, it's windy, my hands are freezing, and I forgot my umbrella! Yuck!
Joanna: Today it's a beautiful day. The sky is really clear and it's sunny. But it's very cold, it was -1 when we started our little run this morning. But clear, blue skies and the sun is shining. Beautiful!
In this video, members of the LearnEnglish team talk about the weather where they are.
Here are some of the things they said. Do any of these sentences describe the weather where you are today?
- Not a cloud in the sky today.
- It's really, really windy.
- Today we've got blue skies and the sun is out.
- It's a bit hazy.
- There's a rainbow!
- It's a bit chilly, but it's a lovely day.
- It's cold and it's snowy.
- It's freezing.
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