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This video should help you learn how to describe the weather in Spanish.
Hi guys, welcome to a new video tutorial from Happy Languages.
Today, we are going to learn about how to describe the weather in Spanish.
First of all, we need to learn to ask how is the weather today. In Spanish, we have plenty of ways to ask this.
We can say: “¿Qué tiempo hace hoy?” or we can also say “¿Cómo hace hoy?”.
So now, let’s move on and see how we can reply to these questions.
There are different structures to describe the weather. Let us start with the first one. We use the verb “hacer”. To say that it is cold, we have to say “Hace frío”. When we want to say that it is hot, we should say “Hace calor”.
When we want to just say that the weather is nice, we say “Hace buen tiempo”. When we want to say that the weather is really bad, we say “Hace mal tiempo”. We could also say it’s sunny with hace. We say “Hace sol”. Also, we say “Hace viento” – it’s windy.
The second kind of structure is made with the verb “haber”. When we want to say that it is stormy, we say “Hay tormenta”. When we want to say that it is foggy, we say “Hay niebla”.
The third kind of structure that we used when we want to describe the weather is made with the verb “estar”. We say “Está soleado” – it’s sunny. We say “Está nublado” – it’s foggy. We could also say “Está lloviendo” – it’s raining.
The last kind that we have to describe the weather are made with only one verb. We say “Llueve” when we want to say it’s raining. Also, we say “Graniza” when it’s hailing. And we say “Nieva” when we want to say it’s snowing.