Weather Patterns For example: –Hurricanes –Tornadoes –Thunder and lightning –Storms (thunderstorms, rainstorms, snowstorms [blizzards], hailstorms)
Hurricanes Very big storms that are shaped like a circle. They are very dangerous to people and things.
Tornadoes Nature's most violent (terrifying) storms. They have a round and narrow shape. h sUd2Q&feature=channel
Thunder and Lightning Lightning is a line of electricity that strikes the ground. Thunder is the sound that comes after lightning. When lightning hits a person, it can be very serious.
Storms A storm is a lot of wind, rain or snow that happens at the same time. Storms are very strong. They can create a lot of damage. For example, too much rain can cause flooding that can carry away houses. They are very common in the winter and spring.
A breeze A light or soft wind. Idiom: Very easy. This English class is a breeze! Did you finish your new computer game? Yes it was a breeze!
Under the weather Idiom: Feeling sick. She is feeling under the weather. He is not at school today because he is under the weather.
Head in the clouds Idiom: Someone who always daydreams. She never listens. She always has her head in the clouds!
Rain cats and dogs Idiom: Lots of rain. Its raining cats and dogs outside! I'm soaked.
Full of hot air Idiom: Someone who lies often or speaks a lot of garbage. Don't listen to him hes full of hot air!
Save for a rainy day Idiom: Wait until later to enjoy something. I got some money! Really? You should save it for a rainy day. You will enjoy it more!
Come rain or shine Idiom: Always available. You can always come. We need to go to school rain or shine. We never get a break, it sucks!