Dialogue And expressions : about the weather
Ted: What's the weather forecast looking like this weekend? We should get out for a hike.
Lindsay: Let me check. Clear skies on Saturday but scattered showers on Sunday. Hot and humid both days.
Ted: If we're going to go to Mount Hood, we need to be prepared for anything. It can go from calm to gale-force winds on a dime.
Lindsay: That happened last time I was there. Just light rain at first and then the storm clouds rolled in and there were wind gusts of more than 100 km/h. It was wild.
Weather forecast: Prediction of future weather.
Let me check: Give me a minute to find the answer to something.
Clear skies: Not cloudy.
Scattered showers: Rain that is on and off.
Hot and humid: Muggy.
Prepared for anything: Ready to face any situation. Gale-force winds: Very strong wind.
On a dime: Suddenly.
Light rain: Not raining heavily.
Storm clouds: Clouds that may produce rain, snow, hail, thunder, etc.
Wind gusts: Bursts of wind after periods of relative calm.
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