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    How to describe weathers?

    What adjectives should I use for weathers. Like, if I'm talking about wind, I know that it should be strong. How about the opposite of it? Should it be weak? As for the rain, should I use strong and weak also? Or, it should be hard and light. Also, for drizzle, I really don't know how to describe it. Please help. Thanks.

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    Re: How to describe weathers?

    Wind can be strong or gentle; rain can be heavy or light. Drizzle is a form of light rain, so you can't say "heavy drizzle" -- that's normal rain; but you can talk about a "light drizzle" or a "fine drizzle" if you really need to.

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    Re: How to describe weathers?

    Thank you Newboss.

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