Learn the most common Italian phrases for the weather in this lesson.
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Che tempo fa?
What’s the weather like?
Fa bel tempo.
The weather’s good.
È una bellissima giornata.
It’s a beautiful day.
Fa brutto tempo.
The weather’s bad.
C’è il sole. C’è sereno.
Quanti gradi ci sono oggi?
How many degrees is it today?
Ci sono … gradi.
It’s … degrees.
Sta piovendo a dirotto.
It’s raining cats and dogs.
Fuori piove, prendi un ombrello.
It’s raining outside, take an umbrella.
C’è un temporale.
La temperatura sta salendo.
It’s getting hotter.
La temperatura sta scendendo.
It’s getting colder.
Il tempo sta cambiando.
The weather’s changing.
Che tempo farà domani?
What will the weather be like tomorrow?
Quali sono le previsioni del tempo per domani?
What’s tomorrow’s weather forecast?
Com’è il clima in Italia?
What’s the climate like in Italy?
C’è troppo vento, non si può uscire.
It’s too windy, you can’t go outside.
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