Weather slang in English

English Idioms 10 January 2010 | 3 Comments

Weather Idioms!

As promised, here are some examples of weather idioms and slang in English!

It’s raining cats and dogs – This is used when it’s raining very hard.

Come rain or shine – This is when a person does something regularly.

When it rains, it pours – This means when something bad happens, other bad things happen too.

A storm is brewing – This is when a person is getting very mad and they might have an outburst.

Snowed under – This is when a person has too many things that they are doing.

Under weather – This is when someone is sick.

Cloud nine – When someone is very happy!

3 Responses on “Weather slang in English”

  1. Yoshikazu Miki says:

    Weather slang in English
    English Idioms 10 January 2010 | 0 Comments

    Weather Idioms!

    As promised, here are some examples of weather idioms and slang in English!

    It’s raining cats and dogs – This is used when it’s raining very hard.
    Come rain or shine – This is when a person does something regularly.

    When it rains, it pours – This ***mean when something bad happens, other bad things happen too.

    This should be “means.”

  2. Yvonne says:

    That’s for the correction of my typo!

  3. Thanks, you’re a ray of sunshine.

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