1. Flurries: very light snowfall
E. g. There are a few flurries but the snow isn't sticking to the roads.
2. Fog/ foggy: thick water vapor that blocks one's vision
E. g. We couldn't see the bridge because there was too much fog.
3. Frost: ice crystals on a frozen surface
E. g. Some flowers are so strong they can withstand frost.
4. Hurricane: a tropical storm with very strong wind and rain
E. g. Half of the buildings on the island were flattened by the hurricane.
5. Lightning: electrical discharge and flash between a cloud and the ground
E. g. The outdoor pool always closes when the lifeguards think lightning is coming.
6. Overcast: no sun is visible
E. g. The sky is overcast this morning, but the sun is supposed to come out by late afternoon.
7. Partly cloudy: term often used in a weather forecast to indicate that the skies are sunny and cloudy at the same time
E. g. Tomorrow's forecast is partly cloudy with clear skies by nightfall.
8. Sleet (similar to hail): rain that freezes as it falls
E. g. All - weather - tires are best if you have to drive in sleet.
9. Tornado/ cyclone: violently spinning windstorm
E. g. The tornado picked up everything in its path, including animals and cars.
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