Gaelic Weather

This is a list of words about the weather in Gaelic. That way you can describe what kind of weather and temperature it is where you live.

Cloudy: neulach; sgòthach; baidealach
Cold: fuar
Foggy: ceòthar
Humid: spliugach
Hot: teth
Warm: blàth
Rain: uisge
Rainy: siantach
Snow: sneachda
Snowing: Tha an t-sneachda ann.
Sun: grian
Sunny: grianach
Wind: gaoth
Windy: gaothach
Spring: earrach
Summer: samhradh
Autumn: foghar
Winter: geamhradh
Umbrella: sgàilean-uisge
Storm: gaillean

These examples put some of the above words about weather in a sentence to show you how those expressions can be used.

Today is nice weather: Tha an aimsir math an-diugh.
Yesterday was bad weather: Bha droch aimsir ann an-dè.
It is raining: Tha an t-uisge ann.
It is sunny: Tha grian ann.
It is windy: Tha gaoth ann.
It is cold: Tha e fuar.

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