Learn French Weather Vocabulary

Learn French Weather Vocabulary

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Added by October 3, 2014

FRENCH WEATHER VOCABULARY

French words & expressions to talk about the weather

The British are known to talk about the weather a lot. Well, the French may talk about it less, but it’s still a good topic to use to practice your French! Plus, it might come in handy to understand the weather forecast if you happen to turn the TV on in your hotel room and come across one of our delightful weather forecast presenters.

Weather forecast in French

Here are some words and expressions related to the weather in French. Before you start memorizing the list below, please note that the French for “weather” is “le temps“, which can also mean “time” in French, so watch out!

Il fait quel temps aujourd’hui?/Quel temps fait-il aujourd’hui?: What’s the weather like today?

Learn French weather forecastIl va faire quel temps demain?: What’s the weather going to be like tomorrow?

Il fait beau: It’s sunny

Il fait mauvais: The weather’s bad

Il fait chaud: It’s hot

Il fait froid: It’s cold (slang= ça caille)

Il fait doux/bon: The temperature is mild

Il fait nuageux/Il y a des nuages: It’s cloudy

Il pleut: It’s raining

Il neige: It’s snowing

Il fait du vent: It’s windy

Il y a du brouillard: It’s foggy

C’est la canicule: It’s extremely hot

And here are a couple of familiar expressions related to the weather and that are fun to know: 

Il fait un froid de canard! = It’s very cold!

Il pleut des cordes! = It’s pouring down!

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