How to talk about hot weather
The article above provides a few expressions used to describe hot weather. Read below to learn a few more.
to be baking / boiling (hot) - to be very hot
It has been boiling hot all week in Poland.
a drought - a long period of time with little or no rain
If the drought continues, water will have to be rationed.
to be muggy - hot, wet and uncomfortable
London is very hot and muggy this summer.
a scorcher - a very hot day.
Saturday was a real scorcher.
to be sweltering - to be uncomfortably hot
It's sweltering outside.
What's the weather like in your country/city?
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