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THE WEATEHR & NATURAL DISASTERS
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    A vocabulary revision for Junior D


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  • The typical weather we have in summer
    SUNNY

  • 15 points
  • The day you need an umbrella.
    RAINY

  • 15 points
  • When the thermometre in the street reads 40ºC.
    HOT

  • 15 points
  • When the temperature reads 22ºC
    WARM

  • 15 points
  • A day when you need to wear a sweater.
    COOL

  • 15 points
  • A day when you need to wear a fur coat, a scarf and mittens
    COLD

  • 15 points
  • A day where you can go skiing
    SNOWY

  • 15 points
  • A day when you feel you are going to fly away.
    WINDY

  • 15 points
  • A day where there are black clouds, thunder and lightning
    STORMY

  • 15 points
  • A day where you can't see anything
    FOGGY

  • 15 points
  • A day when you cannot see the sun.
    CLOUDY

  • 15 points
  • When there is a storm, you can hear this loud noise.
    THUNDER

  • 25 points
  • When tehre is a storm, you can see this zigzaging light.
    LIGHTNING

  • 20 points
  • A very dangerous storm at sea.
    TEMPEST

  • 15 points
  • When water is frozen
    ICY

  • 20 points
  • When it hasn't rained for some time.
    DRY

  • 20 points
  • When it has rained for a long time.
    WET

  • 20 points
  • A very windy, cold and icy type of storm
    BLIZZARD

  • 25 points
  • When icy stones fall from the sky.
    HAIL

  • 25 points
  • Ice stones that fall from the sky.
    HAIL STONES

  • 25 points
  • When a wall of snow falls from a mountain
    AVALANCHE

  • 15 points
  • A storm with a violent wind, in particular a tropical cyclone in the Caribbean.
    HURRICANE

  • 15 points
  • A sudden violent shaking of the ground, typically causing great destruction, as a result of movements within the earth's crust or volcanic action.
    EARTHQUAKE

  • 25 points
  • A long, high sea wave caused by an earthquake or other disturbance.
    TSUNAMI

  • 15 points
  • A mobile, destructive vortex of violently rotating winds having the appearance of a funnel-shaped cloud and advancing beneath a large storm system.
    TORNADO

  • 15 points
  • An overflow of a large amount of water beyond its normal limits, especially over what is normally dry land.
    FLOOD

  • 20 points
  • A prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall, leading to a shortage of water.
    DROUGHT

  • 25 points